- Beyonce's fans have accused her of not promoting Savage, a song she collaborated on with Megan Thee Stallion
- This is after the superstar promoted the music video of Chloe x Halle's song titled Do It
- The Beyhive came to her defence saying Savage promoted itself because Beyoncé was on the track
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Songstress Beyoncé has been grilled on social media for not promoting Savage - Megan Thee Stallion's song that she features in.
Earlier on Friday, the singer took to Instagram to promote the music video of Bailey sisters, Chloe x Halle's track titled Do It.
Some of the Drunk In Love hitmaker's fans quickly went into interrogation mode and grilled her for not promoting her own song with Megan.
Savage has hit No. 1 on the Billboard's Hot Rap songs chart, according to billboard.com.
Beyonce signed Chloe x Halle to her Parkwood Entertainment label in 2013, according to grammy.com.
Read some of the comments from the star's followers who were not impressed by her move.
"The fact that you didn’t promote your remix with Meg but you do this got me looking at you a lil sideways sis. Shady."
"Still wondering why Savage wasn’t promoted."
"You better promote everything but Savage."
"You didn't even promote Savage!! Why?"
"Promote everyone else's song but your own..."
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The Beyhive was not about to let their queen get dragged on social media. As expected, they jumped to her defence.
"Stop asking the queen why she didn’t promote Savage. She doesn’t have to. She’s the queen."
"Y’all stop being childish. These are her girls."
"@beau.cei she doesn’t need to promote it. She was on the track and it promoted itself. Meg was just super hyped to work with her. Meg didn’t even have to if she didn’t want to."
"@jamelusa everyone knows about savage. She doesn't need to."
Briefly.co.za learned that Beyoncé's Instagram post has garnered 4.3 million views since posting it about eight hours ago.
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