Crane operator Austin Zamora came under fire by Beyoncé fans, known as the Beyhive, Thursday night after reportedly making a statement in agreement to harm the singer. According to TMZ, Zamora posted a video of his work to his Instagram page while setting up lights for the San Diego leg of Beyoncé’s “Formation World Tour” when a follower commented, “Badass. But make it so it collapses on her.” Zamora replied, “I  wish it would.” The Beyhive went into action immediately. The group found out what company he works for and posted information on social media for the rest of the Hive to flood their phone lines with phone calls and death threats. As it turns out, he works for his family’s business, and his mother is angry because Zamora is just a subcontractor for the company that set up the lights, so her business had nothing to do with the concert. However, she defended her son’s comments saying, they “were words he didn’t even mean.” Zamora has since apologized to Beyoncé’s family and fans. 90’s R&B group 112 continues to tour across the country, thrilling fans with 20 years of hits, with more to come, without a doubt. The group is currently preparing for the “Bad Boy Reunion Tour”, slated to kick off on May 20 in New York City. The concert lineup includes 112, Puff Daddy, Faith Evans and more as the stars pay tribute to the late Notorious B.I.G. The show will be epic and no fan should miss it. Rapper Drake showcased his many talents while serving double duty as both host and musical guest on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” to promote his latest album “Views From The 6”. In addition to performing several songs from his latest No. 1 debuting fourth album, the Toronto native appeared in several hilarious skits alongside the SNL cast. He even performed a monologue about memes, competing on “Black Jeopardy”, beefing with SNL cast members and more. In other Drake news, a photograph recently surfaced of him in the studio with fellow MC French Montana, indicating that despite his recent success, the rapper isn’t going to slow down any time soon. No word on when or if any  tracks featuring the two will be released soon. Fans can catch some of the hottest artists in the industry on the Billboard Music Awards set to air on ABC on May 22 at 8 p.m. The show is sure to be an exciting one and definitely worth a watch.