Kim Kardashian and Beyoncé “Feud Explodes,” Claims Tabloid
According to the magazine, Kardashian took things “public” during her recent appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” in which she recounted having some guests bail on her wedding at the last minute.
“Kim didn’t spell out who that somebody was — she didn’t have to,” writes the magazine. “The only major eleventh-hour cancellation was Beyoncé and Jay Z.” Sure, because In Touch of all outlets knows each and every one of the 150 guests who were expected at Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding.
In Touch goes on write that the new bride won’t get over Beyoncé’s alleged no-show “unless she gets a public apology,” which the tabloid (conveniently) claims won’t happen because the supposed disgust is mutual. A so-called “friend” tells the mag, “Kim thinks Beyoncé’s a fake, and that the real Beyoncé is nothing like the one the public knows.”
In Touch further claims that “now that Jay and Beyoncé’s image is under fire because of their marriage troubles… Kim doesn’t think she has to tiptoe around her rival anymore.” “Not showing up for the wedding was a total slap in the face,” the mag’s alleged snitch goes on. “And now Kim’s not afraid to call her out on it.”
That’s funny, because Kardashian was asked about Beyoncé on live television this week, and — as Gossip Cop reported — gave a perfectly polite response. Not to mention that Beyoncé and Jay Z’s supposed no-show is beyond old news that has already has been addressed ad nauseam.
Oh, and if she’s “not afraid to call her out,” why then didn’t Kardashian mention Beyonce’s name on “Kimmel”? With In Touch often being out of touch, it’s no surprise the publication decided to rehash and sensationalize a non-issue rather than report actual news.
Regardless, a rep for Kardashian denies the magazine’s “feud” story.
And, by the way, In Touch conveniently fails to mention another significant part of Kardashian’s “Kimmel” appearance — when she MOCKED the magazine for its lame, incorrect, and manipulated stories. Wonder if that had anything to do with the lasted, inaccurate hatchet job?