Beyoncé performs at an event.
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There are levels to stanship and that of this die-hard Beyoncé fan seems to be the highest level of it.
A Twitter user has gone viral after revealing that he has kept, and preserved, the stones from her dress after he grabbed them from the audience section eight years ago.
After attending Revel Presents: Beyoncé Live in 2012 the fan was literally touched by Queen Bey and went home to keep the studs from her jewelled dress in a ziplock.
With a picture of the evidence and his point of view as Beyoncé performed in front of him, the software engineer posted his memory on Twitter.
The caption read, “I still have the stones off Beyoncé’s dress when she touched me during that Revel show. I’m never losing these. They are in a ziplock bag lol,”
He confirmed that he did not yank her, because God forbid the Queen was harmed, but that the stones had dropped on the floor in front of him as she danced.
Turns out that this fan is not alone. Many others started sharing their keepsakes after meeting her or sharing the same precious oxygen as her.
Another admirer added that since four year he hasn’t washed one of his shirts because Beyoncé splashed him with water during the Formation tour in 2016.
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The tweet has also left people nostalgic for the times they have been blessed enough to see her perform.
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