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EntertainmentWife of Golden State Warriors Owner Says She Got Death Threats Over Beyoncé Encounter

22:55  06 june  2019
22:55  06 june  2019 Source:   theblast.com

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Nicole Curran, the wife of Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob, says she was forced to delete her Instagram page after getting death threats from crazed Beyoncé fans. Curran made news on Wednesday night when fans perceived an interaction between her , Bey and

The wife of Golden State Warriors owner says that a viral exchange from earlier this week between her , Jay Z and Beyonce resulted in online bullying Curran had been portrayed as drawing disdain from Beyonce . But she says she was just being a good host to her NBA Finals guests and asking

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Nicole Curran, the wife of Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob, says she was forced to delete her Instagram page after getting death threats from rabid Beyoncé fans.

Curran made news on Wednesday night when fans perceived an interaction between her, Bey and Jay-Z as something negative. As a result, Curran says she was harassed by the Beyhive and had to delete her Instagram page.

Wife of Golden State Warriors Owner Says She Got Death Threats Over Beyoncé Encounter © Nicole Curran Beyonce Getty She told ESPN superstar reporter Ramona Shelburne that she was left in tears after getting death threats on social media all night. Curran said she had no idea anything was wrong until she got home from the game and started getting messages from friends.

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Nicole Curran, the wife of Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob, told ESPN she ’s been sent death threats on social media after a viral video showed her leaning over to talk to rapper Jay-Z as Beyoncé appeared She said she didn’t realize anything was amiss until she got texts from friends and saw

Nicole Curran, wife of Golden State Warriors co- owner Joe Lacob, was in tears and had to disable her Instagram account after Beyonce fans Curran told ESPN she didn’t even realize her chat was an issue until she checked social media where she said she ’d been getting death threats “all night.”

Curran explains the now-infamous exchange, telling Shelburne that Jay-Z asked for a vodka soda and Curran asked if he wanted a lime with that. But, as one would expect, it was very loud in the arena, so she leaned over so she could hear him better. Curran says she then got Jay-Z his drink and Beyoncé hers (she only wanted water).

“There was no hostility. I was trying to be a good hostess,” Curran told Shelburne. “I’ve never experienced cyberbullying like this. I can’t believe our players go through this. That kids go through this.”

Beyoncé and Jay-Z have yet to comment on the incident.

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