Beyonce no like la fotos


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Beyonce has demanded a series of “unflattering” photos be deleted. This wasn’t even one of them. Picture: Getty Source:news.com.au

UN-BEY-LIEVABLE. These are the seven “unflattering” photos that Beyonce wants permanently removed from the internet.

Maybe she really does think she is the girl “who runs the world .. who runs this motha …”

Staff at social content sharing site, Buzzfeed, couldn’t Bey-lieve when the superstar’s publicist contacted them to demand that a handful of fierce-faced photos be removed immediately from the site.

The photos, taken during her Super Bowl performance on Sunday night, appeared within an article entitled “The 33 Fiercest Moments From Beyoncé’s Halftime Show.”

Her publicist, Yvette, emailed staff at the website asking them to “respectfully” change some of the pics of the photogenic star, and didn’t hesitate to pick out the “worst” ones.

(Wait, there’s seven photos in the running to be the “worst” photo of Beyonce?)

“I am certain that you will be able to find some better photos,” wrote Yvette, before pointing out: “The worst (pictures) are #5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 19 and 22.”

The photos still remain on Buzzfeed’s site, obviously because they were Bey-ond caring about the singer’s demands.

Meanwhile, Gawker also revealed that Kanye West reportedly demanded Getty Images remove a series of photos of him in a skirt.

Getty obliged, but didn’t say why, making it now impossible to purchase a picture of West dressed in a kilt. What a shame.

Here’s the seven “worst” pictures of Beyonce:

 

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The photos too “fierce” for Beyonce, or the internet, according to her. Pictures: Getty Source: news.com.au

 

 

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Beyonce doesn’t like these ones either. Pictures: Getty Source: news.com.au

 

 

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Or these ones. Pictures: Getty Source: news.com.au

 

 

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… or this one. Picture: Getty Source: news.com.au

We also wanted to make mention of this one, lucky number 13, which Bey didn’t seem to find “unflattering” enough to demand its deletion. Yep, 13 somehow scraped through on the “least worst / acceptable list”.

 

All the single ladies put your hands up!

 

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Beyonce has demanded a series of “unflattering” photos be deleted. This wasn’t even one of them. Picture: Getty Source:news.com.au

 

What do you think? Is Beyonce within her rights to demand the photos be deleted? Or is she just being vain? Leave your comments below.

By: Alison Stephenson/news com au

 

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Published by CityFella

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6 thoughts on “Beyonce no like la fotos

      1. Definitely not too sexy. If you feel fabulous, you shluod look fabulous. And if you don’t feel fabulous, you shluod still look fabulous. It might make you feel better. 😉

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