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Starbucks Barista Hilariously Fact Checks Woman Who Says She's Beyonce

Beyonce slays on the regular so it's no surprise that many -- whether Bey Hive member or not -- would try to play her name off as their own.


Enter Vine comedian JEWISHJEN, who received a special message from Starbucks when she told a barista her name was Beyonce.

"I told the barista my name was Beyonce just to be funny and this is what she gave me," says Jen in the Vine clip before flaunting a cup that reads in black permanent marker "U. WISH."
Beyonce attends TIDAL X: 1020 at Barclays Center on Oct. 20, 2015 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.
The Atlanta-based comic tells Mashable, "Being the only person in line, I figured it was my moment to be all I can BE(yoncé. Beyoncé was the first name that came to mind because she never leaves anyone's mind. Everyone wants to be Beyoncé. Me. You. Michelle Williams."

She adds that the flawless response was probably just a ha-ha moment. "I think it was just one of those moments like...come on bitch, really...?"

In other Bey-related news, the Hive is buzzing with excitement as Mrs. Carter prepares to embark on her Formation world tour next month.
Source: Billboard

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