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May 7, 2016 / Posted by:

George Papageorgiou, the Becky with the Good Book who became a viral star after someone tweeted a video of him reading at Beyonce’s show in Raleigh, North Carolina.

I’ve never been to a Beyonce show, but if the hardcore BumbleBeys in the audience act the same way they do on Twitter or Instagram, then I’m guessing that if you don’t scream and worship her, they’ll buzz around you while stamping your body with bee and lemon stamps. So I’m surprised that this pepaw lived to tell the tale of reading at a Beyonce concert!

Earlier this week, Michelle Gardner, who was at the Beyonce show in Raleigh, tweeted a video of a man in an orange shirt having the time of his damn life…. reading a book. That man instantly became a hero to those of us who can usually be found petting the cat in the corner at a party while everyone talks to each other and shit. Michelle Gardner’s iPhone camera work is also some masterful cinematic art. The build-up of it all!

After the local news covered that tweet, because THIS IS NEWS, the man’s wife emailed the news station. ABC11 talked to the man whose name is George Papageorgiou. Most figured that George was just doing dad duty by taking his kids to the Beyonce show, but he says he was there selling concessions for his church with his wife. Once they were done, they went to watch Beyonce and after a few minutes of that, he decided to really entertain himself and get into some true excitement by reading a book he’s read 7 or 8 times. Someone should really introduce George to Margaret Miles.

And no, George won’t be applying to be a member of the Beyhive anytime soon:

“I find Beyonce a great show woman, very attractive. Her music? Eh, fine, but not my style, the Greece native said. “I listen to ’50s, ’60s, ’70s, and a lot of Greek music.

We were dying to know just what book it was that was so interesting it took his attention away from Queen Bey.

Papageorgiou said it was Danube Pilot by Jules Verne, in Greek. His parents bought him the book 53 years ago in Cairo when he was just 13 years old.

“I love it – probably not another book that’s influenced my love for geography as much as this book,” he explained. “It’s about a trip from Georgia and the caucuses all the way to Beijing, China with a whole bunch of adventures in-between, so it’s an exciting book.”

George thinks it’s hilarious how he went viral for reading a book at a concert.

George is so damn likable that not even the Beyhive wanted to swarm around him for ignoring their God. Viva George! He’s a true inspiration who has reminded us that life’s too short to not do what you really love like read a Jules Verne novel at the Beyonce show.

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