Don’t Come For Them Unless They Send For You: Celebs With Ride-Or-Die Fans
There’s a reason SNL famously spoofed fans of Beyoncé in its Beygency sketch. The Grammy-winning artist is one of several celebrities whose ride-or-die fans will come for you if you critique or dare say anything negative about her. Check out the other stars on our list who have legions of proud stans.
Beyoncé doesn’t have to do interviews because her scores of fans will gladly speak for her. Or attempt to, anyway. But the wiser among us know that Queen B, a.k.a., King Bey, a.k.a., Yonce, puts all her thoughts and responses in her music.
Amber Rose is so much more than the labels people try to put on her that harp on her stripper past or reference the famous men she’s dated. A force to be reckoned with, her real fans know what’s up.
Minaj is as dedicated to her precious Barbz as they are to her. She interacts with Team Minaj via social media on the regular, and they’ve been with her from the pink beginning.
Jenny from the Block’s fans nicknamed her J-Lo. You can’t get more stan-y than that.
Gaga’s Little Monsters go crazy for her music, style and formerly over-the-top, attention-grabbing fashion.
She has clowned a fan or two in the past but make no mistake about it: the Navy is large in numbers. And they love RiRi even more for being her honest, authentic self.
Swifties are in a class all their own, just like Taylor Swift’s squad, which includes a long list of celeb BFFs.
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One Direction, most notably. Fans even send the group members money just because.
While some people stopped rooting for Chris Brown some time ago, Team Breezy is alive and very well. They defend and support the singer through thick and thin.
Wendy spills all kinds of celebrity tea and her studio audience, a.k.a., co-hosts, gladly consume every hot, juicy detail and see nothing wrong with her brand of gossip.
Adele fans will praise the singer’s name and voice from here to kingdom come. And if you need proof, check out all the fan-made versions of her popular hit “Hello,” which has been sung in more languages than you can probably name.