All hell broke loose when Tiffany Haddish revealed in her GQ April cover story that someone bit the queen Beyoncé. People online went on a rampage, using #WhoBitBey to try and find the culprit. Meanwhile others lodged complaints against Haddish, who they claimed could face the wrath of the Beyhive for divulging such business.

In a recent interview with People, however, Haddish revealed all is well between them. “I didn’t think it was going to blow up like that,” Haddish told People. “We’ve talked since then, and it’s been cool. Nobody’s trippin’ except for everybody else.”

The alleged biters ranged from Lena Dunham to Sanaa Lathan, who has continued to deny she's the chomper in question. "Thank God I’ve been in this business for 20 years and have had so many rumors about me. They used to devastate me in my 20s, but in order to survive in this business, you just have to let it roll," top suspect Lathan said in a recent interview with Health magazine. "I adore Beyonce. I would never do anything malicious like that—to her, or to anyone. It’s so bizarre."

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But it seems like we’ll truly never know #WhoBitBey, thanks to a non-disclosure agreement signed by Haddish, and Beyoncé’s own kind heart. “She thinks it’s sweet people are so concerned, but also doesn’t want to make life hard for the person that did it,” a source told Us Weekly back in March. “Beyoncé’s team is being contacted by almost everyone they’ve ever met! They are getting texts and calls asking, ‘Were you there? What did you see? Have you heard anything?’ It’s pretty insane for anyone that works with Beyoncé.”