Despite ample photographic evidence, there are still folks out there who don't believe Beyonce Knowles-Carter is pregnant with twins. Your auntie is convinced beyond a doubt that she is pregnant. But some people are having a hard time forgetting Beyonce's deceptive ways.
In 2012, rumors ran rampant that Beyonce hired a surrogate to carry daughter Blue Ivy, now 5. Beyonce's camp vigorously denied the rumors. Then all hail broke loose when she sat down for an interview, and her baby bump folded in half.
They say if she did it once, she will do it again.
A loyal reader writes:
Happy Thursday Sandy,
Okay, even after looking at the pics on your site as well as others of Beyonce's so-called pregnancy, I'm probably the only skeptic out there still unconvinced she is pregnant this time and I was never convinced she was pregnant the last time after stomach deflate gate. I never ever go onto Beyonce's website. I'm not a fan of hers so there never is a reason to. But yesterday I did go on her website to look at the pictures she posted and that photo has photoshop written all over it.
I'm I the only one that noticed her belly is lighter than the rest of her body with that white chalkish look? White chalk is a clear sign of inexperienced photoshop. I've also seen pictures after Beyonce has performed and seen her perform on TV and she has dark knees like most people. Look at the photoshop pregnancy pictures and there are no dark knees. Where'd they go? If you look closely at these preggo pics it looks like someone inserted that belly onto her regular stomach. If you look just above the belly button you see a line just below her breast bone that goes across her stomach which appears to be the point where the bump is inserted. Most women's bellies get darker with pregnancy not white and chalkish looking. And most women get a line across the center of their stomach or just below the belly button.
A woman has to be a serial head case to pull a fake pregnancy stunt rather than woman up and have a national conversation about the real issues some women face who are unable to conceive. It's not a scarlet letter on a woman's forehead if she can't conceive on her own or can't carry a child to full term. It's nothing to be ashamed of. I just don't get the fakery with her.
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