The Beyonce and Jay Z dead bodyguard story just keeps getting weirder. Earlier I told you that the Hollywood Power couple fired their deceased bodyguard, Norman Oosterbroek, after a major publication approached them with evidence that he hired a prostitute while on duty.
Gawker.com quotes a source who says the major publication was Shape magazine (which is owned by the conglomerate that publishes The National Enquirer).
According to the NY Daily News, the major publication provided Beyonce and Jay Z with photographic and video evidence of Oosterbroek using the passports of Jay Z, Beyonce and their daughter Blue Ivy in some sort of freaky sex act.
Beyonce immediately offered the mag a cover shoot in return for the magazine burying the story. They obviously thought this news would never see the light of day. Which begs the question: what other stories has Beyonce and Jay Z made deals with media outlets to bury?
The Daily News write-up is scant on details with regard to the act itself, except to note that a source described Oosterbroek's performance entailed "some pretty freaky things."
As many astute commenters have pointed out, entertainment blog Crazy Days and Nights published a version of this story as a blind item earlier this year, and later identified American Media, Inc. (publisher of Shape Magazine...and the National Enquirer) as the company that buried the bodyguard story. Beyoncé appeared on the April cover of Shape.
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