Published: Fri, June 07, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Wife of Warriors owner received death threats after Beyonce incident

Wife of Warriors owner received death threats after Beyonce incident

The threats came after Beyoncé fans went wild over a screenshot of the 37-year-old "Lemonade" singer delivering some epic side-eye in Curran's direction during Game 3 of the National Basketball Association finals Wednesday night.

The wife of the Golden State Warriors majority owner Joseph Lacob, Nicole Curran and has received significant bullying on social media.

In a viral video watched nearly 15 million times on Twitter, Ms Curran can be seen leaning past Beyonce to talk to Jay-Z. Though no parties involved have commented on the interaction, that didn't stop Beyoncé's avid fan base from coming out to play on Twitter, where people couldn't help but characterize Beyoncé's facial expression as less than thrilled with the moment.

She had to disable comments on her photos. "She was in tears".

Curran said she "had no idea anything was even amiss" until she got home to texts from friends and messages on social media, Shelburne said.

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In a post on Instagram she said: "I also want to speak here to the attractive BeyHiVE". Instead, she was simply asking if they wanted drinks.

Beyoncé asked for water while the rapper asked for a vodka soda, she explained. She asked if he wanted lime with that.

I'm happy to announce that Beyoncé is firmly back on her vengeance bullshit and once again, the whole world is tuning in to watch the throw-down.

"Curran says she then went to go get them those drinks". 'I've never experienced cyberbullying like this. "I can't believe our players go through this. That kids go through this", she said.

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