Beyonce fans using GoFundMe to raise tickets money

Ticket sites have been crashing due to demand from the BeyHive

Beyonce fans trying to raise money for her renaissance tour
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It seems like our very own Anita Nderu isn't the only one willing to risk it all for Queen B's Renaissance tour, people out here are going crazy!

Beyonce only announced her tour dates two days and the online frenzy is unmatched.

Several of the "Single Ladies" hit maker fans have taken to the famed GoFundMe page to beg for help from people across the globe to donate to them so that they can live out their dream of seeing Beyonce live.


This is such a crazy yet amazing idea! I kind of feel bad I did think of this... 

Some of the pleas listed on the crowd funding website are pretty funny.

For example one fan wrote, " Hello I'm Jamal and yes it is that serious... this is the only life experience I care about living before I die.


I will get those front row tickets either way but this way is safer than selling my kidney on the black market."

Beyonce's fans begging tickets moeny on GoFundMe

And it gets better, the US senate is also very much invested in the superstar's tour. Just yesterday it released a tweet letting ticketing agency Ticket Master know that it was watching.

The committee's official Twitter account tagged Ticketmaster in a quote tweet for a CNN story about Beyoncé fans preparing for another potential Ticketmaster fiasco, saying, "We're watching, @Ticketmaster."

And tickets aren't the only thing fans are scrambling for.

Demand for Beyoncé's gleaming disco ball cowboy hat is through the roof leading to them getting old out. The headwear's designer had to pause sales on her Etsy shop to manage the influx of new orders and her piece's newfound popularity.

"I'm so happy so many of you want a hat and am making them as fast as I can," the seller notified the disgruntled Beyonce fans.

She went on to add, "each hat takes a long time to perfect and I'd never want to compromise the quality! All customers deserve Beyoncé quality! [bee emoji] So, if you can wait a little bit longer, definitely stay tuned. You will not regret it."

The tour is a super big deal as it will be the very first time in 5 years that the 28-time Grammy winner will be going on tour. She lastly went on a global trotting work tour back in 2018 when she and her star-studded husband Jay Z, did the “On the Run II” shows.

Sharing to her over 293 million followers, Queen B posted a picture of her dressed in nothing but crystals as she rode her signature silver renaissance house. She captioned it, "RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR 2023."

The 41-year-old artist will kick off the US leg tour on July 12th starting with Philadelphia, followed by subsequent stops in cities including Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Orleans, and East Rutherford, NJ, among others.

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