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Beyoncé Asks Media Not To Use “Unflattering” Coachella Pics After her performance Saturday at 'Beychella', photos have been circulating the web. Most have been unflattering.

Coachella is one of the most notable musical festivals in the country, which draws in a massive fanbase. With attendance coming in at over 99,000 people per day, there are always an abundance of pictures across social media.

Ahead of her performance on Saturday, Beyoncé asked for the media not to post fan-taken, “unflattering” pictures of herself, and instead, requested they stick to the professional shots taken by actual photographers.

Since then, Twitter has responded the only way it knows how: by posting the most unflattering pictures they could find of the hip hop superstar. Painful, we know. Especially considering her performance was nothing less than amazing.

Here are a few Tweets responding to Beyoncé’s request:

Some were just plain wrong.

But seriously, who can argue with her request when the official photos of her performance came out so great?

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Joe R. Wells

Currently attending college in pursuit of a degree in Business Administration and a minor in Theology. I collect sneakers and go on mission trips with my church every summer.

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