Beyoncé’s Super Bowl halftime show performance is continuing to cause controversy, and the singer’s publicist is working on doing a little damage control. However, Queen Bey’s publicist isn’t worried about PETA criticizing her leather outfit or those crazy Illuminati claims. According to a Feb. 5 report by Gawker, instead she’s fighting to have unflattering photos of the singer removed from the web.
To sex up the stage at the Super Bowl, Beyoncé knew she had to bring it. So the “Single Ladies” singer shook what her momma gave her as hard as she could. Unfortunately she couldn’t concentrate on making sexy faces while she was doing all that hip thrusting, which resulted in a few unflattering photos of Bey snarling and looking like she had just smelled the inside of the Super Bowl locker rooms.
Buzzfeed published 33 photos of Beyoncé’s performance, and Bey’s publicist found seven of them so hideous that she contacted the website to ask that they be removed. She wrote, "Thanks for taking my call. As discussed, there are some unflattering photos on your current feed that we are respectfully asking you to change. I am certain that you will be able to find some better photos.”
Maybe Bey just thinks that she’s so powerful that she can control what’s on the internet. After all, the Illuminati are supposed to be an extremely influential bunch, and Bey does think that God is responsible for making sure that the lights didn't go out during her performance. It’s just a shame that he didn’t also decide to stop the pesky press from taking those unflattering pictures.