Beyonce Opens Up to Mag: ‘Sometimes I wanna curse people out’

In the May issue of Vibe Magazine hitting newsstands May 8, R&B singer Beyoncé opens up on certain topics but kept questions about Jay-Z and Jennifer Hudson to a null. Beyonce, who is seen in the issue in some very sexy and wet photos, becomes very emotional at times, finally showing the world that she has a soft spot. In explaining why she closes herself off, Beyoncé told Vibe: “First of all, I don’t listen to the radio. If I do, it would be in the car on my way to a venue — but not consciously. I don’t go on the Internet. … Unless I’m approving videos or approving song mixes, I don’t go. I don’t buy anything online. I’m scared. I don’t want to just give ’em my credit card. I don’t wanna be hacked.” Another issue Beyonce discussed was rumors. The singer has been the target of many rumors, from wearing fur, video petition, rivalry with Rihanna, to a controversy with Jennifer Hudson. Beyonce Says: “Everybody messes with celebrities. At a point, you just have to decide if you really want it. If you do, you have to have a tough skin. And after you get a certain amount of success, you have no choice. Either you’re gonna turn to other things to take away the pain you feel, or you have to deal with it and move on. “If it’s something about my sister or my nephew or it’s something evil, then yes, I’m upset,” Beyoncé said about gossip. “I wanna kill somebody. If it’s a rumor that’s vindictive, or something harmful, or something everybody’s believing that is completely not true, then it’s frustrating because there’s nothing you can do about it. If someone misquotes you, or says some complete lie, and then they go back and retract that, people still don’t believe you didn’t say it. … So sometimes it hurts. Sometimes I wanna cry. Sometimes I wanna scream. Sometimes I wanna curse people out.” To hear it all, pick up Vibe magazine May 8.


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