Beyoncé Just Sent Celebrities Her Entire Adidas x IVY PARK Line, and Fans Are Heated
Just in case you didn’t know, Beyoncé has officially partnered with Adidas for her brand new gender inclusive line, Adidas x IVY PARK.
The pop star recently revealed the collection in a series of Instagram videos, giving fans a little preview of all of the pieces from the upcoming line set to drop on January 18.
The Queen Bey also sent her highly anticipated collection to a few celebrities, who quickly took to social media to show off their new goodies.
Fans would have like for Beyoncé to consider them when sending out the collection
The BeyHive has been a little down in spirit lately and it’s all because they feel somewhat betrayed by their Queen.
On January 11, Beyoncé took to Instagram to revealed what fans can expect from her upcoming Adidas x IVY PARK collection.
In a series of Instagram posts and teaser videos, the singer previewed all of the items from the gender inclusive collaboration.
From track suits to crop tops, this line is everything fans have been dreaming of and not going to lie, our bank accounts are already shaking.
The same day Bey’s beautifully accompanying videos were posted, fans took to social media to reveal their anticipation for the upcoming collection.
While many of us already have our alarms set to the exact time this line drops, there are a few people who don’t have to go through the stress of getting their hands on this collection.
Following Beyoncé’s “unboxing” posts, a few celebrities uploaded videos and photos to Instagram showing off the huge gift they received from the songstress.
In their Instagram posts, celebs such as Laverne Cox, Issa Rae, Quincy Brown, and Yara Shahidi revealed the gigantic Adidas x IVY PARK boxes—which featured every piece of the collection— that were sent to their front doors.
While many were a little jealous of these celebs being the firsts to try out the collection, others were, and still are, livid these A-listers got their hands on a PR package.
Why you might ask? Well it’s pretty simple.
According to Beyoncé stans, they feel as though these celebrities can afford to pay for the collection and believe the huge package should have been sent to members of the BeyHive instead.
“@Beyoncé Lashae Knowles YOU KNOW D**N WELL THOSE CELEBS CAN AFFORD IVY PARK, WHY YOU AINT SEND THAT SH*T TO YOUR BROKE A** STANS,” one fan expressed.
The BeyHive officially feels betrayed
While many fans have been flooding Twitter to piece together why Beyoncé sent her packages to a handful of megastars, others continue to point out reasons why they’re deserving of free Adidas x IVY PARK goodies.
“I never understood why celebrities get free clothes as if they can’t afford the sh*t… send me some sh*t
@beyonce the amount of money I’ve spent on you over the years, I deserve,” a fan tweeted.
Others made a point to mention that times are tough and they are in need of some new threads.
“Beyoncé sending all these free ivy park boxes to girls that can already afford the whole collection anyway.” another user wrote.
“Why Beyoncé giving all this free shxt to rich people? Where mine?” someone else questioned.
While many Beyoncé stans continue to voice their anger over not receiving the Adidas x IVY PARK collection for free, others were quick to explain that all of this was just well-thought out marketing strategy.
Just like others stars who launch their own products, Bey made sure to send PR packages to celebs so that they can promote this collection to their millions of followers.
“It really is marketing genius for Beyonce to send out gifts from her collection to different celebs,” one fan expressed. “Now they’re doing the marketing for her when they share their unboxing with us thru their own very large platforms. You can tell she really has her mind wrapped around this thing.”
While we can all agree that Beyoncé is a boss babe for doing this, fans still want to get their hands on this collection.
The entire Adidas x IVY PARK collection drops January 18, so get your credit cards ready because we have a feeling this line is going to sell out in minutes.