Beyonce Speaks on Miscarriage

Photo Credit: Hollywood Branded
Photo Credit: Hollywood Branded

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Beyonce is expected to have a big year, as the singer has confirmed that she will be dropping her fifth studio album soon. She’s also been selected to headline the Super Bowl halftime show, and she’s even richer now that she just inked another multimillion deal with Pepsi. Although the singer is fresh from yet another unneccessary controversy  (the singer has been accused of lip syncing at the Inauguration), Beyonce obviously doesn’t have enough time to dwell on what her critics think of the scandal because she’s just too busy preparing for her upcoming Super Bowl performance.

It has been rumored that Beyonce is going all out for the show and even performing with her former girl group Destiny’s Child, but the singer is staying mum on her show and instead just teasing fans by releasing pictures of her rehearsals on her Instagram account.

But another big moment for Beyonce will be the release of her HBO documentary, and it’s being said by her camp that Beyonce will open up like she never has before, and discuss her pregnancy, hurtful rumors, and even the pain she endured when she suffered a miscarriage.

Beyonce’s husband Jay-Z was the first person to confirm that Beyonce had a miscarriage before getting pregnant with daughter Blue Ivy, as he suggested in his lyrics that the singer was beyond devastated to lose a baby.

But now Beyonce is telling her side of what it felt like to endure her miscarriage and in her upcoming documentary, she confesses how painful the entire situation was.

She says:

“I heard my baby’s heartbeat in the first couple of weeks and then the next– nothing.

“There’s a stupid rumor. The most ridiculous rumor I think I’ve ever had about me. It’s crazy. To think I would be that vain – I respect mothers and women so much and to be able to experience bringing a child into this world, if you’re lucky and fortunate enough to experience that, I would never, ever take that for granted. It’s the most powerful thing you can do. Especially after losing a child, the pain and trauma from that just makes it mean so much more to get an opportunity to bring life into the world. It seems like people should have boundaries.”


Beyonce’s documentary, “Life Is But a Dream,” debuts Feb. 16 on HBO.


  1. Bey is cool in my book, but this won’t stop the rumors. However I always felt like people spent way too much time and energy on it anyway. Does it really matter? Will you get a check for pursuing the rumor? No? Okay then enjoy your life and let her enjoy hers.

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