The singer has already given plenty of performances on her latest tour, but one particular piece of stage equipment appears to have angered her in some way during a show.
Beyonce is in the midst of her On The Run II tour, having completed the European leg and returning back to the United States in the middle of July after 18 concerts throughout the continent.
The singer took her husband, rapper Jay-Z, and their children, Blue Ivy, Sir, and Rumi, with her for the European tour, and the family enjoyed plenty of down time between shows together, turning it into a sort of vacation.
While there, Beyonce shared plenty of photos of her eldest daughter enjoying the incredible sights of Europe, and the pool during warmer days.
Beyonce even shared an adorable photo of her and Blue Ivy completely "twinning" in almost matching outfits while they relaxed on a yacht off the coast of Italy. The pair looked relaxed and happy as they sat on a comfortable lounger embracing one another.
In the image, the mother daughter duo appeared to be wearing matching pink and white loose beach dresses. There were a few differences to their dresses though.
Beyonce's had a darker pink trim around her neck and sleeves and down her chest, while Blue's trim around her hemline was white, and around her neck was brown and tan. Her sleeves were also shorter than her mother's.
Bey also accessorized with a number of gold bracelets and a gold necklace. She left her blonde curls hanging loose, while Blue's hair was tied up in two ponytails on either side of her head.
The mother-daughter duo were sitting side by side, with Beyonce's legs crossed as she hugged her daughter close to her side.
Now that they've returned to the US, Beyonce is all business again, and giving almost nightly concerts.
She has also given her first interview since giving birth to her twins in July 2017, and will appear on the cover of the September issue of Vogue.
For the singer, it's proof that what she was told when she first started out was absolute rubbish.
“When I first started, 21 years ago, I was told that it was hard for me to get onto covers of magazines because black people did not sell. Clearly that has been proven a myth,” Beyoncé said. “Not only is an African American on the cover of the most important month for Vogue, this is the first ever Vogue cover shot by an African American photographer [Tyler Mitchell].”
Her sold-out concerts are also evidence that race has nothing to do with saleability.
At a recent show, a video clip was recorded of the Lemonade singer while performing, apparently kicking a fan that was at the edge of the stage.
The comments on the post seem to indicate her fans are more amused by her actions that angered.
"Stupid fan should’ve worked," wrote one user, with another adding: "When Carl from electrical really tried it with you earlier."
Many seemed to reiterate that the fan was supposed to have been on. "[...] Yesss, she been known about her fans being on. Just like somebody in these comments said, somebody getting fired," a follower wrote, and another: "Somebody is getting fired for not turning that fan on."
Guess that'll be the last time someone forgets to switch her stage fans on!