Here's why Beyonce fans attacked Chick-fil-A

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SPRINGFIELD, VA - JULY 26: The sign of a Chick-fil-A is seen July 26, 2012 in Springfield, Virginia. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

The Beyhive is swarming Chick-fil-A after at least two of the chain's restaurants posted messages with references to Beyonce's new album, "Lemonade."

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The 34-year-old singer released the album on April 23 to the delight of her loyal fanbase, and it has received widespread attention since then. 

The same fans who praised the album recently took issue with phrases posted on Chick-fil-A message boards claiming that the restaurant's lemonade is "fresher than Beyonce's."

Another sign read: "Sorry, Beyonce, our lemonade is better!"

Beyonce fans quickly responded in disagreement. Many people posted icons of bumblebees and lemons in the comments sections of photos on Instagram of the Chick-fil-A boards.

Other people avoided the Chick-fil-A/"Lemonade" feud, focusing instead on the quality of the chicken chain's drink.

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