THIS is the photo that has broken the internet. And if you've been on any social media app — hell, anywhere on the web — chances are, you can't escape it.

Everyone lost their minds as soon as Beyoncé posted the first photo of the twins, Sir Carter and Rumi, on Instagram. 

Not even a full 24 hours have gone by and it already has over eight million likes and dozens of thinkpieces written on it. This is the power of Queen Bey.

Yet, while many have congratulated the mother-of-three, there are those who have *some thoughts* on her photo's resemblance to La Virgen de Guadalupe.

People couldn't help but point out the potential inspiration behind her photos.

There are those who have compared the photograph to classic works of art — many with religious symbolism.

Some weren't too keen on the imagery she is "imitating."

They quickly noted the similarities by sharing photos of the Virgen de Guadalupe.

Even those who love Beyoncé feel like she views herself as the well-respected religious figure...

... and they're not down with that.

Others acknowledged the likeness, but aren't looking too deep into it.

But they can't get over the fact that her pic looks like faith-based Mexican candles.

In April, Kim Kardashian West's controversial prayer candle with her face on it received major backlash because of its blatant cultural appropriation.

And quite frankly, some are just over it.

How do you feel about people's claims that she has taken La Virgen de Guadalupe's likeness too far? Let us know in the comments or on Facebook.