Beyoncé and Jay-Z think Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are worth ditching over dinner. At least that's what this week's print edition of In Touch wants you to believe. Gossip Cop summarized their story.
"It's said in Wednesday's new In Touch that West invited his pals over for dinner in late June. A so-called 'insider' describes, 'Kanye went to extremes to make it a perfect dinner party, and Kim was excited, too. A special chef was brought in to prepare a raw meal since Bey and Jay are both on raw diets again. Kanye spent days planning the menu, even checking in with his friends' camp to ask about food allergies and other special dietary needs.'"
In Touch adds that Beyoncé and Jay-Z never showed up. Jay-Z sent a simple text message with an apology, but no real reason was given. The tabloid said that the dinner was just the tip of the iceberg for a feud that has been going on for quite a long time. However, Gossip Cop isn't having any of it and immediately debunked the story.
"A rep for Kardashian confirms the incident never happened, and she and West were never stood up. It's not surprising that In Touch would seemingly make up such a tale. The tabloid has previously been caught fabricating divorces for West and Kardashian, as well as Beyonce and Jay. If anyone deserves to be dissed, it's definitely the magazine," claims columnist Shari Weiss.
In other Jay-Z and Beyoncé news, Heat World has spoken to famous celebrity biographer Randy Taraborelli about their alleged marital problems.
"I've heard from many people [in her circle] that her and Jay Z want to have more children. They're very happy right now, and they [have been putting] in the work to have a long and successful relationship. They're not going to throw away that kind of investment. The 16 years they've put into that relationship, they are not going to throw that away overnight," Taborelli tells the magazine, before noting that the couple is looking to make a fresh start by moving from Los Angeles to New Orleans.
There are many people who believe that the whole marriage crisis revealed on Beyoncé's album Lemonade is just a publicity stunt to sell records. The New York Daily News questioned this a couple months back.
"It's hard to find any real pulp in this Lemonade. In fact, Beyonce's raw and raging visual album is a sweet set-up for its heroes and villains, alike...But is the Beyhive being played here? Because now that we've had a few days to digest Lemonade, the wronged woman premise is harder to swallow. Are we finally seeing the real Beyonce, or is this another meticulously choreographed performance?"
The article notes that Jay-Z and Bey are not only still together, but that he appears in the video for "Forgiveness." Columnist Nicole Lyn Pesce wants to know how many husbands would let their spouses publicly criticize them like that if they were really caught cheating.
For the past several months, Twitter has accused Jay-Z and Beyoncé of staging a publicity stunt as well.What do you think about all the Jay-Z and Beyoncé rumors? Would they go that far in order to stage a publicity stunt, or is there a little bit of truth to the rumors? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
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