Accroding to the NY Post's Page Six, besieged expectant parents Beyonce and Jay Z won't let anyone near her baby bump -- and for good reason: it's reportedly fake.
Jay-Z and Beyoncé took a crash course in parenting Sunday when the expecting couple mixed with brownstone Brooklyn families at a kiddie birthday bash. “It was a party for Beyoncé’s niece,” said a guest at Carroll Park, blocks from Jay-Z’s favorite pizza place, Lucali. The Brooklyn-bred rapper has made offers on homes nearby, residents said. Beyoncé, meanwhile, offered to sign a girl’s cast. But her security shooed away at least one parent looking for a photo.
Last night we had a long conversation with a reporter from a national media conglomerate, who is quietly investigating the Bey baby bump scandal. That makes at least two huge media outlets that we know of that is secretly looking into Beyonce baby-bumpgate. The reason is simple: entertainment media outlets routinely pay staff members to do nothing but watch celebrities for any hint of pregnancy.
Nothing and no one gets past them. If a female celebrity so much as gains 2 pounds in her midsection, emails are sent out throughout the media organization to stay alert.
So the fact that Beyonce's flat tummy was photographed practically every day leading up to her "surprise" baby bump unveiling at the VMA's isn't sitting well with the national media. They are astute enough to know that big baby bumps don't spring up overnight.
The media finally sees the arrogant narcissism in Bey that we've been pointing out for years. She tried to pull a fast one over on them, and the big media outlets are scrambling to be the first to expose her.