Beyoncé celebrated the arrival of Kelly Rowland‘s son as her record label dashed hopes that we caught a glimpse of her new album.
Bey’s got a new little man in her life! The “Flawless” diva was on-hand for the delivery of Kelly’s new son, Titan, this week. It’s been love at first sight for Bey, who gave the world its first little peek at the bouncing baby boy on Instagram as she gushed about the new arrival.
“There’s no better feeling than holding my beautiful nephew. I thank god for the honor of witnessing my sisters journey into motherhood,” Bey wrote, before sharing how excited she is for Kelly. “I’ve always dreamt of our little ones growing up together. I’m so thankful for our bond.”
Meanwhile, the general manager of Bey’s Parkwood Entertainment, Lee Anne Callahan-Longo, has dropped the bomb that the tracklist for the “Beyoncé Volume 2″ is a total fake! She told Billboard that the production company leaked the list just to see what the reaction would be–as if they didn’t know the entire world would go nuts!
Ironically, they did it to clear up a few rumors about the special edition box set. “It’s completely made up,” Lee Anne admitted this week. “After all the hubbub this weekend, we kind of said, ‘Well, let’s just put it out and say what it is.’ It’s funny, I got a bunch of calls over the weekend and I would say, ‘It’s exciting to know people are excited.’”
She added, “I would love to know who did it. They clearly knew what a line sheet used to look like – they don’t look like that anymore.”
All 11 of the new tracks seen in a shot of the list? Those duets with Rihanna and Nicki Minaj? You can probably forget them. Although there will be a special edition of Beyoncé,” Lee Anne said it won’t look anything like the tracklist they teased.
This comes after news broke that Beyoncé is yet again being sued for allegedly stealing a song. According to TMZ.com, this time she is being accused of swiping “XO” from a singer named Ahmad Javon Lane. Supposedly, he recorded a song named “XOXO,” and he shared it with one of Bey’s backup singers.
He believes tha her “XO” is a direct rip-off of his song, and he’s seeking $3 million from Bey.
Beyonce Shows Love To Kelly Rowland’s New Son; New Tracklist Is Fake? was originally published on hellobeautiful.com