Beyoncé has been trending as fans try to figure out the meaning behind certain placeholders on her official website. When you visit the website and you search for June 10 and June 11, you’ll notice that a placeholder album art has been added with the captions “WHAT IS A B7?” and “B8.”
In addition to the cryptic online messages, the singer took down her profile pictures from all her social media accounts, making fans wonder what the Queen B is up to. Fans on Twitter believe that he is about to drop her highly anticipated seventh studio album.
Beyonce’s last studio album was Lemonade, which was released back in 2016. Since then, she’s worked on compilation albums and collaborations with her rapper husband Jay-Z.
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“I need beyonce to understand that this is not funny like ur playing with peoples lives…,” Twitter user @cursedhive tweeted.
i need beyonce to understand that this is not funny like ur playing with peoples lives…
— tia witcher extraordinaire (@cursedhive) June 11, 2022
“Sometimes I think Beyoncé does shit to just shake up the world. Like she took them pictures down and went to sleep,” Twitter user @MikelleStreet tweeted.
Sometimes I think Beyonce does shit to just shake up the world. Like she took them pictures down and went to sleep.
— Mikelle Street (@MikelleStreet) June 10, 2022
“She could literally take a deep breath and we would be like SHES PREPARING TO SING, B7 INCOMING!!,” the Twitter user added.
She could literally take a deep breath and we would be like SHES PREPARING TO SING, B7 INCOMING!!
— Mikelle Street (@MikelleStreet) June 10, 2022
“Beyoncé sitting at home watching us freak out over ‘WHAT IS A B7?’ is the definition of psychopathic behavior,” @hommeboygregory said.
Beyoncé sitting at home watching us freak out over “WHAT IS A B7?” is the definition of psychopathic behavior. pic.twitter.com/dT1mtobh2z
— GREGORY (@hommeboygregory) June 11, 2022
“Beyoncé is the original sleep paralysis demon with the way she keeps us up at night,” @__Onixivy_ said.
Beyoncé is the original sleep paralysis demon with the way she keeps us up at night pic.twitter.com/4YqHLRtHPX
— oni (@__Onixivy_) June 12, 2022
“Beyoncé please I’m on my hands and knees,” Twitter user @themonaleo begged.
Beyoncé please I’m on my hands and knees
— MONALEO 🦄💕 (@themonaleo) June 11, 2022
“Last year Beyoncé celebrating the twins birthday: “What’s Better Than 1 Gift…2” B7 & B8? [eyes emoji]
Last year Beyoncé celebrating the twins birthday: "What's Better Than 1 Gift…2"
B7 & B8? 👀 pic.twitter.com/Ya2KbKS2uz
— BEYONCÉ NEWS (@BeyonceHiveNews) June 11, 2022
Check out more of the hilarious tweets that has Beyoncé trending on Twitter below:
“what is a b7” keep playing beyoncé. keep doing it. pic.twitter.com/4oZ0LeCOTU
— mocha 𖤐 (@PIECEOFMANI) June 11, 2022
Not a single soul:
Beyoncé: what is a B7?
— Bigga Wisen🦉 (@homie_straight) June 11, 2022
Me explaining to my boss that Beyoncé might be coming at any moment now and i need the rest of the year off..😭 pic.twitter.com/LAFhUrINEE
— Jυριƚҽɾ (@HiveOfJupiter) June 11, 2022
beyonce is having a good hearty chuckle
— god tier hoochie ❤️🔥 (@_benjvmins_) June 12, 2022
Ms. Tina has liked an Instagram post about Beyoncé’s website including B7 in the search! Beyoncé is coming! pic.twitter.com/7BhPaXHPQH
— BEYTHOVEN (@beyonceparkwood) June 11, 2022
Beyoncé watching us scramble and breakdown after posting “what is a B7” on her website pic.twitter.com/HuwolKET9I
— Straight Homoerotic (@KLAYCH33) June 11, 2022
Beyoncé posting “b7” “what is a b7?” and “b8” on her website pic.twitter.com/ZBRpnx1GDj
— ☥ (@fashionmoodb) June 11, 2022
me pretending idc about beyoncé announcing b7 so it comes faster pic.twitter.com/dWRSuBJoWU
— nay ♓︎ (@itsbarbey) June 11, 2022
*Beyoncé deletes her profile pics*
Us: BEYONCÉ IS COMING!!!!
— Meech (@MediumSizeMeech) June 10, 2022
beyoncé: "what is a b7?"
GIRL, we were hoping you would know?? wtf do you mean?? you tell us! pic.twitter.com/RmBT6DoYfg
— nisa (@addisnefs) June 11, 2022
BeyHive: Beyoncé: pic.twitter.com/kMIJK954h1
— Beytan Team (@BeytanTeam) June 11, 2022
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