The Internet Thinks Beyonce Is in Labor
"Beyoncé has officially disappeared to another dimension to concieve the twins and will return shortly," wrote one Twitter user.
Rumors are swirling that Beyonce is in labor, about to give birth to twins. Announcing her pregnancy in February via an internet-breaking Instagram photo, the global phenomenon has since kept a low-profile, only appearing for a show-stopping performance at this year's Grammy Awards.
Of course, the Beyhive was quick to react to news of Queen Bey potentially being in labor and the chill was nowhere to be found. Get your crying emojis ready with the most hilarious tweets below.
*Beyoncé gives birth*— geibrol (@punsandcats) June 14, 2017
Nurse: here are your children, Beyoncé!
The twins: pic.twitter.com/m6eRxZzXu1
New footage of Beyoncé giving birth to the twins. It will be a Tidal Exclusive— $ (@ICAMETOSLAYBISH) June 6, 2017
it's the time beyoncé gave birth to the twins https://t.co/YBvUOiJsOW— cartier (@cartierburgundy) June 6, 2017
Where is Beyoncé? She's been too quiet. Are the twins born? Are they okay? Did she find Becky with the good hair? We need answers NOW pic.twitter.com/Bu0t6TuvRF— Parí (@princexparis) June 12, 2017
Beyoncé is in labor which means I'm in labor too sorry I can't study today I gotta lay in bed all day pic.twitter.com/aPvqTzHX8A— Luke (@LucaIdek) June 13, 2017
Folk are reporting that Queen Mother, Queen Beyonce is in labor.— George M Johnson (@IamGMJohnson) June 14, 2017
I'm not ready for White Lotus and Purple Reign.
The Beyhive has grown pic.twitter.com/7KeCrE8G72
Beyoncé in labor?— George M Johnson (@IamGMJohnson) June 14, 2017
Me: "I'm here to see the twins, don't touch me Tina, excuse me" pic.twitter.com/aJEZMZS2MZ
Current mood, looking for the Beyoncé twins birth receipts online pic.twitter.com/XzTLMDYziN— Chantal Ford (@ContikiTal) June 14, 2017
Beyoncé has officially disappeared to another dimension to concieve the twins and will return shortly. pic.twitter.com/cDhGJbviFJ— Above & Beyoncé (@BuzzingBey) June 11, 2017
This article first appeared on Billboard.com.