Beyonce has insinuated that Jay Z has a wandering eye in her lyrics before. See it all in GIFs!
Beyonce recently hinted that Jay Z cheated on her when she altered the lyrics to her 2008 track “Resentment” live on the power couple’s “On the Run” tour.
Hov nor Bey have commented on the allegations, but Jay’s flirtations with designer Rachel Roy — and to some extent even supermodel Naomi Campbell, according to recent rumors — are said to be behind the infamous elevator brawl with Solange.
However, the now-viral “Resentment” change aren’t the only hints Queen Bey drops that Jay Z may be less than faithful to her. Which means Jay Z, who didn’t pass the bar but knows a lil’ bit, may be dumber than we thought.
To reiterate: Jay Z is married to Beyonce and possibly cheated on Beyonce. On Beyonce.No one cheats on Beyonce because you cannot physically, emotionally, mentally nor spiritually upgrade from Beyonce.
Someone, please. Shake some sense into Jigga Man before Bey realizes she’s an Independent Woman and leaves his ass.
Dubai (AFP) - Dubai is planning to build a temperature-controlled city featuring the world's largest mall and an indoor park, as well as hotels, health resorts and theatres, the developer said.
Already home to one of the globe's biggest indoor shopping complexes, Dubai Mall, the glitzy emirate known for its love of grandiose projects said it is now planning to build the "Mall of the World".
The all-pedestrian complex would occupy a total area of 48 million square feet (4.45 million square metres), said Dubai Holding, the developer owned by Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum.
The project "will comprise the largest indoor theme park in the world" under a glass dome that would be opened during winter, it said in a statement.
The seven-kilometre (4.35 mile)-long promenades connecting the facilities would also be covered and air-conditioned during summer, it added.
"Our ambitions are higher than having seasonal tourism. Tourism is key driver of our economy and we aim to make the UAE an attractive destination all year long," said Sheikh Mohammed.
An artist's impression of the "Mall of the World" to be built in Dubai (AFP Photo/)
"This is why we will start working on providing pleasant temperature-controlled environments during the summer months."
The statement issued late on Saturday did not say when construction would begin, nor did it reveal the cost of the project.
Dubai hopes the "Mall of the World" can attract more than 180 million visitors each year.
The emirate is known for its numerous malls and many hotels, including the Dubai Mall, touted as the world's largest shopping, leisure and entertainment destination. It is also home to the world's tallest tower, Burj Khalifa.
Dubai has established itself as a global hub for air transport and transit trade, as well as a regional financial centre.
And it beat off opposition from Brazil, Russia and Turkey in November to win the right to host the World Expo trade fair in 2020.
The emirate's economy was hit in 2009 by the global financial crisis, but it has since made a strong comeback, thanks to growth in the trade, transport and tourism sectors.
Henderson said that realizing Oliver had bitten into a paper towel was worse than if it had just been bad chicken.
"If it was bad chicken they might have just had a bad batch or something," she said. "But the blue roll could have been used for anything - it could have bleach or disinfectant on it … Had someone wiped their hands on it, had it been used to wipe the floor?"
KFC investigated the incident and, in May, sent Henderson an apology letter, explaining "the blue tissue has most likely originated from a tissue roll used for KFC hygiene purposes. The store assume it must have fallen unseen into the breading lug that is under the sieve and was not noticed by the cook."
A spokesperson for KFC made the following statement, obtained by the Mirror:
We're very sorry for Ms Henderson's experience and apologized to her immediately, as well as giving her a refund at the time of the incident.
We take food quality and hygiene very seriously and unfortunately, on this extremely rare occasion, our restaurant failed to meet the high standards that both we and our customers expect.
We have retrained staff on our stringent food preparation procedures at this store to ensure this doesn't happen again.
BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (AP) — Ohio brothers hoping to be recognized later this year as the world's oldest conjoined twins plan to celebrate Saturday as they hit a milestone they've been looking forward to for years.
Donnie and Ronnie Galyon of Beavercreek will be 62 years, 8 months and 7 days old, and they'll have outlived Eng and Chang Bunker, the famous 19th century "Siamese Twins."
"They are talking about it constantly, day in and day out," their younger brother, Jim Galyon, told the Dayton Daily News as he planned a celebratory block party. "They've been marking their calendar off every day, counting down to the day, so it's a huge life event for Donnie and Ronnie."
What they really want, though, is recognition from Guinness World Records. That could happen in October, when they would turn 63 and pass the record held by conjoined twins from Italy.
"It's what me and Donnie's always dreamed about, and we hope to get the ring, because we've dreamed about getting this since we were kids," Ronnie Galyon told the newspaper.
The brothers, who are joined at the abdomen, live with Jim and his wife in Beavercreek. The couple began caring for the twins around the clock four years ago, when the men were in poor health and the community helped with a $170,000 renovation to the home.
"It was to the point where they couldn't do anything on their own anymore," Jim Galyon told the Dayton paper.
The twins performed in carnival sideshows and circuses until retiring in 1991 and now spend most of their time in a special bed created by a team from Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan, The Grand Rapids Press reported. The slightly offset backrests face each other, and the twins relax with their legs splayed, rather than taking turns lying on top of each other on a queen-sized bed as they used to do.
Their health has improved in recent years, and their sister-in-law Mary Galyon credits the bed as one factor.
Now they're regularly able to get up on their own, and they take outings such as fishing, baseball games and visiting restaurants, the Michigan paper reported.