In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, he talked about being "flabbergasted" by Beyonce's success. He said, "Beyonce, to me, doesn't have a f---ing "Purple Rain," but she's the biggest thing on Earth. How can you be that big without at least one "Sweet Home Alabama" or "Old Time Rock & Roll"? People are like, 'Beyonce's hot. Got a nice f---ing ass.' I'm like, 'Cool, I like skinny white chicks with big t---.' Doesn't really f---ing do much for me." Yikes.

He clearly wasn't aware of Beyonce's fan base -- referred to as the Beyhive -- when he made those comments, but he probably is now. Once his inflammatory remarks began circulating the web, it was only a matter of time before Beyonce fans made it known that what he said was not okay.

A Twitter fan account called TheBeyHiveTeam -- which has over 20,000 followers -- caught wind of Rock's comments and tweeted, "It never fails. Every time these has beens are out here flopping they take cheap shots at the throne. Bey's last album sold your whole weak week prediction in the 1st 15 min @KidRock go kick rocks. Your album is set to scan brick #priorities." The comments sections on every single one of Rock's Instagram photos have now been flooded with bee emojis, signaling the power and multitude of the Beyhive.

The Instagram account beybleedblue even managed to find some old footage of Beyonce performing "Proud Mary," where the camera pans over to a shot of Rock in the audience, pretty obviously enjoying himself. The account wrote, "THAT TIME QUEEN TURNED KID ROCK INTO A STAN @kidrock YOU NEED TO MAKE UP YOUR MIND BOO BOO!!!!!"

There are just some fandoms you don't mess with.

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