Atlanta, GA — Wandering the streets aimlessly until the Beyoncé concert this weekend, fans of The Queen Bey had to be rounded up and tended to by a specialty Beykeeper. “Technically they can live without me, but I tend to make things a little easier for them. They tend to grow aggressive when they leave their natural environment. That’s usually when I come in,” said specialty Beekeeper Roger Keegan.
“The Bey population has always fluctuated and conditions need to be optimal to ensure a healthy Beyhive.”
For the last decade there have been conflicting scientific reports claiming that Beyhive’s are disappearing all over the world. Many have speculated about what kind of effect the disappearing Bey’s would have on the world and even more wondered where they went. Rounding things off Keegan replied, “You can read whatever kind of study you want but I’ve been out there—I’ve seen it first hand. The Bey population has always fluctuated and conditions need to be optimal to ensure a healthy Beyhive. It always been like this and thanks to the advances in modern Beykeeping, it always will be.”