BeyoncÃ© hates animals. We're not sure what other conclusion to draw.
First, Jay-Z's fiance was renounced - and stalked - by PETA. That absurd organization took exception for her penchant for wearing fur.
Now? A world-renowned expert on reptiles has written an outraged letter to the former Destiny's Child singer, suggesting that she abused an animal on the photo shoot for her new album, "B'day."
We can't wait for Mr. Beyonce's crazy response to this one!
"There was a shot where I held an alligator. It had its mouth taped - that was my bright idea," Knowles recently told a magazine. "He was really cute, but since his mouth was taped he didn't have any way to defend himself. He was upset so he peed on me. That was an experience!"
It was an abusive experience, claims some idiot with too much times on his hands.
"As a specialist in reptile biology and welfare I'm concerned about your posing with a terrified baby alligator for your new album cover," British biologist Clifford Warwick wrote to Beyonce. "Humans and alligators are not natural bedfellows, and the two should not mix at events such as photo-shoots. In my view, doing so is arguably abusive to an animal."
Well, if it's arguable, allow us to take a stance: get a life, biology boy. Kevin Federline does more harm to our eardrums on a weekly basis than the former Destiny's Child singer did to that alligator.
Oh, and it's just an alligator. Go find a real cause.