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Beyoncé Knowles clears "Ring the alarm" rumors

Beyoncé Knowles clears "Ring the alarm" rumors

Beyoncé Knowles has slammed rumors one of the tracks on her new album was sparked by relationship problems with boyfriend SHAWN 'JAY-Z' CARTER. Among the angry lyrics in RING THE ALARM, Knowles sings, "Ring the alarm, I've been through this too long, but I'll be damned if I see another chick on your arm." But the CRAZY IN LOVE hitmaker insists the lyric has nothing to do with her personal life with long term boyfriend Carter - the song was inspired by her pent-up frustration after playing down trodden singer DEENA in her upcoming movie DREAMGIRLS reports Contact Music. She says, "I'm so not going through that in my life right now, but I have gone through that, and I wanted to make a record that women could relate to."

In other news, a world-renowned expert on reptiles has written an outraged letter to the former Destiny’s Child singer, suggesting that she abused an animal on the photo shoot for her new album B’day reports MSNBC.

"There was a shot where I held an alligator. It had its mouth taped — that was my bright idea,��? Knowles recently told a magazine. “He was really cute, but since his mouth was taped he didn’t have any way to defend himself. He was upset so he peed on me. That was an experience!��?

“As a specialist in reptile biology and welfare I’m concerned about your posing with a terrified baby alligator for your new album cover,��? British biologist Clifford Warwick wrote to Knowles on behalf of PETA. “Humans and alligators are not natural bedfellows, and the two should not mix at events such as photo-shoots. In my view, doing so is arguably abusive to an animal.��?




PETA get over it in America we possess Freedom in many forms. If she decided she wanted to pose with an alligator then she has freedom of expresion.














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