Beyoncé trolled fans begging for 'Renaissance' visuals while on tour, saying 'a queen moves at her own pace'

Beyoncé performs onstage during the opening night of the “RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR” at Friends Arena on May 10, 2023 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Queen Bey has officially addressed the long-anticipated "Renaissance" visuals.Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Parkwood
  • Beyoncé addressed the long-awaited "Renaissance" music videos during her first night on tour.

  • "A queen moves at her own pace" and the visuals will come when Beyoncé is ready, the voiceover said.

  • Fans have been clamoring for the videos since the release of "Renaissance" almost a year ago.

Beyoncé knows how desperate fans are for the long-awaited "Renaissance" visuals — and during the world tour's opening show Wednesday night, she officially put concerns to rest.

During an interlude of her theatrical 3-hour performance, the music icon addressed the missing music videos.

"You've asked for the visuals, you've called for the queen," the interlude voiceover said. "But a queen moves at her own pace, bitch, decides when she wants to give you a fucking taste. So get your fork and spoon, if you got one."

The hilarious comments come after fans pleaded to see the music videos of "Renaissance" after Beyoncé teased them nearly a year ago.

The most hardcore fans have hunted for any clue about their release date.

Many of Queen Bey's previous albums — 2019's "The Gift," 2016's "Lemonade," and 2013's self-titled "Beyoncé" — were released as visual albums, meaning the music was accompanied by music videos and series of visuals.

"Lemonade" was accompanied by a 65-minute film that featured appearances from celebrities like Zendaya and Serena Williams.

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