A new report about how Beyonce and Jay Z were "brought to tears" when their newborn twins smiled for the first time is made-up. Gossip Cop can expose this manufactured story, which was published by HollywoodLife. We're told no one from their camp is talking to the site about the couple's babies.
In its latest fabrication, the often disproven website claims Rumi and Sir Carter "have officially learned how to smile," and their "adorable moment of happiness" brought the entire family closer together. According to the outlet's so-called "source," Beyonce "is excited and could not be more happy," adding that the twins are "starting to show their first real smiles and they could not be cuter."
The webloid's supposed "insider" goes on to purport that "Rumi smiled first a few days ago," and "then her brother, Sir, smiled shortly after that." What's more, the conveniently untraceable source further contends that "the whole family was together for the special moment," as Beyonce and Jay Z "erupted in tears." Of course, the site doesn't provide any specific information about when or where the twins first smiled, and it doesn't take a Beyonce or Jay Z insider to assume parent would be overjoyed at such a special moment. Once again, HollywoodLies, a nickname the outlets has earned for posting so many fabricated articles, has manufactured the entire report.
But despite its history for concocting stories, Gossip Cop still investigated, and it comes as no surprise that this new article is also 100 percent made-up. An actual source close to Beyonce and Jay Z assures us the report is "false."
As Gossip Cop mentioned above, no one from the the couple's trusted inner circle is sharing such personal information about their children to the repeatedly discredited site. Remember, HollywoodLies is the same webloid we called out earlier this month for wrongly claiming to know when Beyonce and Jay Z were planning to "reveal their twins." And shortly before that tall tale, Gossip Cop corrected the blog for falsely alleging Beyonce had been working out to lose weight after giving birth to her twins when she hadn't even felt well enough to exercise. Neither story was true, and the same goes for this latest piece of fiction.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.