As most of you know (unless you've been living under a rock) Beyonce's surrogate mother gave birth to the singer's first baby at an upper East side hospital in NY over the weekend.

The baby, named Blue Ivy (after Jay Z's album Blueprint and Beyonce's album, '4'), was born by c-section on Saturday afternoon at Lenox Hill hospital. A hospital source dismissed rumors that Beyonce and Jay rented an entire hospital floor for $1.3 million.

"We don't have entire floors sitting empty at Lenox Hill," scoffed the source. Our source told us Beyonce and Jay Z were charged the same amount for services as any other patient. If anything, they spent that amount just on security," she said.

Our source confirmed that the narcissistic couple actually shared the maternity ward with other expectant mothers.

According to the NY Daily News, Beyonce and her entourage occupied a vast area of the maternity wing, which caused problems for visitors attempting to see their newborns in the Neonatal ICU unit on the same floor.

Neil Coulon, 38, of Brooklyn (pictured at right) said the stress of his wife delivering two premature girls was tripled by Beyoncé’s bodyguards treating Lenox Hill Hospital like an exclusive nightclub.

Coulon griped that he’s been repeatedly barred from the sixth-floor neonatal intensive care unit, once for 20 minutes, by the superstar couple’s private security.

He said bodyguards wearing headsets even cleared the sixth floor waiting room, booting his relatives out.

“Three times they stopped me from entering or exiting the NICU (Neo-natal Intensive Care Unit) and it happened once on Friday — just because they wanted to use the hallway,” said Coulon, a contractor from Bedford-Stuyvesant.

“They should have been more strategic about it,” he said. “These are children with problems in intensive care and you're just going to take over the hospital like you own it? All I want is an apology. Source

Photo by Norman Y. Lono for NY Daily News was all abuzz with news of Beyonce and Jay Z's daughter Blue Ivy's arrival on Saturday. Many of my followers tweeted the link to this video showing E! Television footage of Beyonce (at around 10 months gestation) hopping into her custom SUV with very little effort -- as if she had already dropped her load the day before!

After viewing the video myself, I agree with my followers: she does not look pregnant, nor does she move like a pregnant woman who is about to deliver her precious cargo in less than 48 hours.

Beyonce and Jay Z have managed to pull the wool over the gullible national media's eyes, but my readers were never fooled!

Watch the amazine footage after the break!

We have more information for you on the birth of Beyonce's first child from, and our Lenox Hill hospital source.

According to our source, Beyonce and her surrogate were admitted to the upper East side hospital on the same maternity floor. Other women in labor were also admitted to the floor despite rumors that Beyonce and Jay Z rented the entire floor for an absurd $1.3 million.

Our source said, "Lenox Hill does not turn away expectant mothers to cater to the needs of celebrities."

The NY Daily News confirmed that Beyonce was admitted to the hospital under the name Ingrid Jackson. But we're told the surrogate mother was also admitted to Lenox Hill under an assumed alias.

According to, hospital brass held a meeting leading up to the delivery to discuss a security plan for the birth. The meeting between execs and security was held Friday afternoon and strict security was in place almost immediately, preparing for the Saturday delivery.

Such an elaborate security plan was required to conceal the fact that Beyonce was not the one giving birth. Security cameras were taped over, or turned off -- which is a violation of hospital policies.

Our source said the baby girl was delivered via c-section while the mother was given an epidural to block the pain. The birth mother was allowed to briefly hold the baby and then the baby was handed off to Beyonce who waited in an adjoining room.

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Beyonce and her fake baby bump were spotted leaving that office building in NYC that she seems to visits daily. Does she have a 9-5 job in that building? There are still no photos of Bey entering or leaving a doctor's office. If she can visit a random office building every other day then surely she can visit a doctor's office? Beyonce is such a fraud. She does not look pregnant anywhere on her body.


By comparison, this is what a pregnant woman looks like. Jessica Simpson, who is carrying a real 6-month old fetus, looks every bit pregnant. She is due to give birth in the Spring. Meanwhile, Beyonce, who is in her 10th month of pregnancy, plans to "deliver" her "baby" onstage at the 2012 Grammy Awards.

Photos: Splash News and INF PHOTO

R&B singer Fantasia Barrino recently gave birth to a baby boy. According to a recent interview, Fantasia hopes that her still-married baby daddy, Antwaun Cook, will step up and marry her, and help out with the baby financially.

Wendy, who speaks to Fantasia from her heart through the TV since Fantasia is still nursing her baby at home, says "You were dead wrong, Fantasia."

Wendy adds: "Fanstasia, he's not gonna marry you because it's cheaper not to divorce his own wife, unless you go multi-platinum..."

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Prize fighter Floyd "Money" Mayweather won't need any of his flashy jewels or fancy cars where he's going. Today is the day the troubled boxer must turn himself in to authorities to begin serving a 90-day sentence for roughing up his children's mother in front of them in September 2010.

Mayweather will turn 35 in prison on Feb. 24.

It's cold on the cell block this time of the year -- even in Las Vegas. And Mayweather won't have his curvy model fiancee, Shantel Jackson, to keep him warm for the next 3 months.

The boxing champ was sentenced to serve 6 months on Dec. 21, but a Las Vegas judge suspended 3 months of his sentence and allowed him to remain out over the holidays. The judge also credited Floyd 3 days for time served.

Mayweather has until today (Jan. 6) to turn himself in at the prison — where Bubba awaits.

Update: According to, a judge ruled today that Floyd Mayweather Jr. won't have to turn himself in to a Las Vegas jail until June 1, 2012 ... so he can fight in Las Vegas on May 5th.

TMZ adds: "His attorney's justification ... Floyd's a pro who brings in hundreds of millions in profits for the city of Las Vegas -- and hey, thing's get rescheduled all the time ... no bigs."


Washed up rapper Jim Jones, 35, tells his side of the marriage proposal story in this sneak peek of next week's Love & Hip Hop. Some viewers of last week's episode thought Jones' proposal to his nagging girlfriend, Chrissy Lampkin, 40, wasn't meaningful enough. But Jones, who pretends to be a hard thug in the streets, shows his soft side when describing his and Chrissy's 7-year relationship. "That's like, uh, the princess kissing the frog. I got my own fairy tale going on," he says.

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An online "video diary" created by the most hated woman in the world was leaked online by a hacker, according to Casey Anthony's defense attorneys.

Anthony's attorneys confirmed that the pale woman with the short, cropped blond 'do in the video is indeed Anthony. But an angry J. Chesney Mason told the Orlando Sentinel that the video's release was "unauthorized" and "inappropriate" and an investigation is under way to find out how it was leaked.

Casey, who is currently holed up somewhere in Orlando where she is serving probation on bad check charges, indicated how lonely she is in her current location. She expressed her joy at having her video camera and an adopted dog to keep her company.

The 24-year-old doesn't mention her dead daughter, Caylee Anthony, in the creepy 4-minute video, dated Oct. 13, 2011. But she mentions the dog repeatedly.

“It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to call something mine.” says Anthony, who was released from a Florida prison on July 17 after she was found not guilty of murdering her daughter.

She also hinted that more video diaries may be coming: “Now I, in some ways, have someone to talk to even when I am by myself so I am not bothering the poor dog, who I have adopted and I love."

Watch the video after the break

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Kanye West, the world's most grandiose rapper, went on a bizarre Twitter rant yesterday, detailing his excessively grand ideas and plans for the world.

In the midst of his narcissistic ramblings, West named himself as Steve Jobs' successor. He announced a new Apple-type corporation, which he named DONDA -- after his late mother. The new corporation, he says, will consist of 22 divisions "with a goal to make products and experiences that people want and can afford..."

West is "assembling a team of architects, graphic designers, directors musicians, producers, AnRs, writers, publicist, social media experts, app guys, managers, car designers, clothing designers, DJs, video game designers, publishers, tech guys, lawyers, bankers, nutritionist, doctors, scientist, teachers…” to take him one step closer to realizing his goal of becoming the next Steve Jobs.

"I sit everyday and ask what can I do to make a difference," writes West, who adds that he hasn't "bought a new car or piece of jewelry in about 2 years..."

West doesn't want to just design the new iPad, he wants to redesign our way of thinking too -- beginning with the schoolchildren. "School systems were designed to turn people into factory workers," he tweeted. "Schools should be designed to prep human beings for real life."

Who else thought that schools were already designed to prep human beings for life?

West says he's uniquely qualified to redesign our way of life because he has won Grammies, which gives him the "prestige" to reach out and connect people.

Like most grandiose personalities, West's ideas are a confused, colossal mishmash of pomposity and pretentiousness conceived by West to bring even more attention to himself.

"I care about people who have never heard of me... There are over 7 billion people on the planet now," he tweeted. And West is determined to get their attention one tweet at a time.

By the way, if you want to be a part of Kanye's obsessive plans for a New World Disorder, email him at

An American concert promoter and his son learned the hard way that rappers are not the most scrupulous businessmen in the world.

According to, AllGood Entertainment CEO Patrick Allocco and his son are currently being held at gunpoint in an Angola hotel until rapper Nas and another rapper returns the $315K each that they were paid to perform a New Year's Day concert.

Allocco's people tell TMZ that Nas and opening act Jemiah Jai were paid $315k to perform 2 shows (Nas' cash was wired to him in America) -- but Nas failed to make his flight in the U.S., and apparently he didn't reschedule the concert.

Naturally, the Angolan money man who ante'd up the cash for Nas' concert fee assumed he was being screwed. So he sent his goons to fetch the promoter and his son and bring them to him -- at gunpoint.

The promoter and his son were handed over to Angolan police and interrogated for 7 hours until the U.S. embassy stepped in to secure their release.

But they're not quite free to go.

According to TMZ, the men are being held (likely at gunpoint) "in residence" at a local hotel while the two sides try to resolve the money situation.

Alloco's people released this depressing message to Nas and his people:

"The hope is that Nas and Jemiah Jai will return all of the monies that were wired to them immediately so that our ransom may be paid and our safe return to the United States may be facilitated."

Sadly, they'll be waiting a long time if they expect Nas to return any of that money. We are taking about rappers here.