BeyHive drags Sarah Langa for Beyoncé comment
Sarah Langa has gotten on the wrong side of the BeyHive after she said Ayanda Thabethe is prettier than Beyoncé.
Beyoncé and Jay Z were a popular costume choice this Halloween with fans along with the likes of Ciara and Ayanda Thabethe recreating some of her iconic looks.
Ciara and her husband Russell Wilson recreated a scene from the "APESH* T" video, while Ayanda recreated the "Bigger" singer's look from the UK premiere of "The Lion King" in London.
The local actress shared her pictures on Halloween as a tribute to Black Girl Magic and captioned one of the posts: "I think it’s such a beautiful thing to have icons in our lifetime that look like us... black . Beautiful. Powerful. Ayanda x Beyonce".
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I think it’s such a beautiful thing to have icons in our lifetime that look like us. black . Beautiful. Powerful. Ayanda x Beyonce [ @beyonce ] ————————————————————————— #HappyHalloween Creative direction and styling @cinnelstore • Swipe to see the original image ...
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Sarah then decided to Tweet that "Ayanda Thabethe is actually prettier than Beyoncé".
Ayanda Thabethe is actually prettier than Beyoncé— Sarah Langa Mackay (@sarahlanga) October 31, 2019
The BeyHive quickly got in formation and swarmed her mentions telling her to stop comparing women and to stay in her lane.
Both are beautiful in their different ways. I don't get why you pinning both of them against each other.— KERATILWE (@Trixx_Ray) October 31, 2019
Sarah please stop with this pretty prettier prettiest. These 2women are beautiful. pic.twitter.com/6ikxPSwQNy— STOP Violence Against Women &Children 🇿🇦 (@EzamaCirha) October 31, 2019
This is MORE than unnecessary. First, it was Gucci tears now this, haibo sisi... we are tireddddd— Joyce Lopepe (@LopepeJoyce) October 31, 2019
Should've just complemented Ayanda and then 🤐— Reeva (@Reeva71035983) October 31, 2019
Why do you have to compare women to each other. Delete this nonsense tweet pic.twitter.com/CTMDCfQV43— Vee (@_moghel_) November 1, 2019
Real Queens don't compare or compete babes. They bloom, grow and flourish in their own lanes. pic.twitter.com/rekU3IEc91— Bridgette Matjuda (@BriMatjuda) November 1, 2019
The local Instagram influencer also recently landed in hot water when she posted an outfit of the day type of snap with animated tears along with the caption "Help (multiple heartbreak emojis) #enoughisenough" in solidarity with the protests that arose from highly publicised femicide cases.