The defensive note was impregnated with heavy criticism and was obviously uploaded with a tinge of bitterness for having her personal life under such close attention of the media.
The singer and the mother of baby Ivy seemed on the verge of resigning herself to the pregnancy talk but couldn’t resist to print a few words in edgewise before vacating the conversation.
The note stated: “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.”
However, the message has since been removed from the beauty’s Instagram account, reports The Daily Mail.
Earlier today E! News proudly ‘announced’ the news that Beyonce is pregnant again and sited the unauthorized sources who provided the spicy gossip.
The publication reads: “Superstar supermom Beyoncé is expecting her second child with hubby Jay-Z, multiple sources exclusively confirm to E! News.”
Rumors began circulating earlier this month, when ‘I’m Here’ singer walked the red carpet at the Met Gala wearing a custom-made Givenchy gown that deftly concealed her stomach, its bodice cinched high above the waist just as its intricate pattern made it difficult to discern any change in her silhouette.
New York Post’s Page Six described the singer’s Met Gala dress by saying “Bey wore a Givenchy gown with a high, belted waist that carefully camouflaged her midsection, but pictures have emerged on blogs of what looks like a baby bump from recent tour dates.”
Speculations took a new round after Beyonce was forced to cancel her Mrs. Carter Show performance in Antwerp, Belgium, after doctors advised her to rest “as a result of dehydration and exhaustion.”
Various sources claim that the singer does expect her second child with Jay-Z, recalling her previous comments regarding children and her desire to give Blue Ivy a sibling.
“I would like more children,” Beyonce told ABC News earlier this month. “I think my daughter needs some company. I definitely love being a big sister. At some point … when it’s supposed to happen.”
Beyonce and her famous husband Jay-Z – real name Shawn Carter – remained tight-lipped about her first pregnancy until sensationally announcing it live at the MTV Video Music Awards in August 2011.
In her HBO documentary “Life Is But a Dream,” which was released a year ago, the pop star revealed that she had a miscarriage while trying to get pregnant and turned to music to help, trying to distract from her pain, writing what she called “the saddest song I’ve ever written.”
Her lyrics convey all the pain and helplessness the singer felt after the miscarriage, singing, “I guess love just wasn’t enough for us to survive/I swear I swear I swear I tried/You took the life right out of me/I’m so unlucky I can’t breathe.”
Beyonce also revealed that she was deeply hurt by rumors that she faked her first pregnancy, instead using a surrogate, calling it “the most ridiculous rumor I’ve ever heard about me.”