When Beyonce talks, you better listen. The singer banned cameras from her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, and had to remind a fan about the rules at a recent stop on the performance trek.

During a show in Atlanta, the 31-year-old songstress took a break from singing to address the crowd. "This is my favorite part of the show because I can see all of your faces, I can read your signs, I can definitely feel your love," she told the crowd.

Bey then moved into performing her hit song 'Irreplaceable,' off her third studio album, 'B'Day.' She urged the audience to sing along with her, bending down to place the microphone in front of fans so they could join her with the lyrics too.

The Destiny's Child frontwoman welcomed a young girl to sing with her and even an older gentleman. However, the latter irked the singer due to his need to film her rather than experience the moment. "You can't even sing 'cause you're too busy taping. I'm right in your face, baby. You got to seize this moment. Put that damn camera down!" she scolded.

To the left, to the left with your amateur photography, bro.