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Beyhive Attacks! Farrah Backtracks After Slamming Beyonce's Daughter: 'No Hate Here!'

farrah abraham slams beyonce daughter backlash

Aug. 30 2016, Updated 2:41 p.m. ET

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Farrah Abraham isn't one to walk away from a feud, but there is no way she's messing with Beyonce's beyhive! After receiving backlash for slamming Blue Ivy at the MTV VMAs, the Teen Mom OG star exclusively told RadarOnline that she didn't mean to offend anyone with her comments.

Beyonce's 4-year-old daughter Blue Ivy was her date to the 2016 VMAs, but Abraham wasn't happy her 7-year-old daughter Sophia didn't snag an invite.

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"I wish Sophia was there she would blow 'blue' away," she captioned a now-deleted Instagram photo of Beyonce and Blue. "S**t Sophia runs a show."

It didn't take long for the songstress' Beyhive to attack, as they have been posting bee emojis on all of her recent photos.

"I believe there is some confusion here," Abraham exclusively told of the controversy. "I loved them on the carpet and I would have loved if MTV would have let me bring Sophia since she's a star on the network."


The mother-of-one added, "No hate here just voicing what a great thing it would be."

Abraham has even been trying to get in the fandom's good graces by posting a collage that included Beyonce and Blue with the caption, "Love them all."

But the gesture only angered the "Formation" singer's fan base.

"What you said about Sophia could blow Blue away, not even close," one hater wrote, as another added, "Blue's dress could buy both you and your kid better attitudes."

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