Pop superstar BEYONCE has taken aim at gossips speculating she is pregnant again by posting a defensive note on her Instagram.com account.
The Crazy In Love hitmaker has refused to address ongoing reports she and husband Jay-Z are set to welcome a sibling for 16-month-old Blue Ivy, but she vented her frustration about the speculation on Friday (17May13).
Beyonce uploaded a scathing note to her Instagram page, stating, "I can't stop the rumors from starting, and I can't really change peoples minds who believe them, all I can do is sit back and laugh at these low life people who have nothing better to do than talk about me."
The message has since been removed.
However, another social networking post by the star has done little to quell the baby rumors after she shared a picture showing her surrounded by happy kids on her popular Tumblr.com account.
Taken during her trip to Cuba with Jay-Z in April (13), the snapshot features a beaming Beyonce meeting schoolkids and comes with the hash tag "#mylife". The musicians celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary in Havana as part of a cultural trip to the Cuban capital.
Reports of Beyonce's baby news were sparked earlier this week (14May13) when she pulled the plug on a show in Belgium, citing dehydration and exhaustion - and rap mogul Russell Simmons appears to believe the hype about the baby.
He tweeted, "Congratulations Jay-Z & Beyonce," but the singer's pal and former bandmate Kelly Rowland insisted she didn't know anything about the pregnancy rumors when she was cornered in Los Angeles on Friday. When asked to comment, she said, "What?", and then refused to discuss the matter further, leaving reporters convinced that she knew more than she was letting on.
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