[BlindGossip] She was brought in from outside the United States. She only speaks Spanish (or Portuguese?), and has a child who is approximately Kindergarten age. She is fairly attractive, looks like she is in her late twenties, and has thick, dark brown hair and medium-colored skin. You probably wouldn’t notice her if she was walking down the street. However, it doesn’t really matter what she looks like, as she is simply the Surrogate for a baby that is a genetic combination of the soon-to-be Mom and Dad.
The Surrogate is currently living on the Lower West Side of Manhattan with her first child in a very nice apartment. She is not married, and does not really know anyone in New York, but she does want to stay here once the birth is over. The apartment is being paid for by the Couple. The Surrogate is well-cared for by a full-time staff person and there is always a doctor or nurse on call. She looks like she is approximately eight months pregnant, and is clearly much bigger than the Mom, who is simply playing pregnant.
By the way, the Mom was physically capable of bearing her own child, but she didn’t want to “ruin” her body.
Many of you suspected that Beyonce was faking it during her first pregnancy. You were right. In fact, there were several people who were privy to Beyonce’s surrogate mother scheme from the very start.
We tried contacting Beyonce’s team many times before originally publishing this story, but they never returned our calls. Thus, we decided to keep the surrogate’s identity private but report the rest of the details.
Beyonce herself vehemently denied the surrogate rumor in her grainy, faux documentary Life Is But A Dream:
“A stupid rumor, the most ridiculous rumor I’ve ever had about me,” Beyoncé says in the documentary. “To think that I would be that vain. I respect mothers and women so much. To be able to experience bringing a child into this world, if you’re lucky and fortunate enough to experience that, I would never ever take that for granted.”
The singer also reveals how much she enjoyed being pregnant, “There’s something so relieving about life taking over you like that. You’re playing a part in a much bigger show and that’s what life is, it’s the greatest show on earth. I felt like God was giving me a chance to assist in a miracle.”
Actually, Floppy, you are that vain and that hungry for attention. And the “greatest show on earth” is an appropriate description of your turning everything from your on-stage “pregnancy” announcement to the hospital-takeover “birth” of a your child into a regular three-ring circus. We hope you’ll be more honest about the next one.
Congratulations to ClueMein, who was the first to guess this one correctly!