“It’s completely made up,” Callahan-Longo says. “After all the hubbub this weekend, we kind of said, ‘Well, let’s just put it out and say what it is.’ It’s funny, I got a bunch of calls over the weekend and I would say, ‘It’s exciting to know people are excited.’ Even if they’re reporting it wrong, and that people would take their time to go and create a fake one-sheet — right down to using a Columbia logo on it. I would love to know who did it. They clearly knew what a line sheet used to look like – they don’t look like that anymore.”
BeyHive, please refrain from sending out death threats to the mysterious pranker. We were all excited about the pop-up album, considering that the track-list included feature songs with Justin Timberlake, Frank Ocean, Rihanna and surprisingly enough Blue Ivy. We can all hope that Yonce graces with another repeat of last year, when she released a surprise visual album in early December, but Bey herself doesn’t like to do the same things twice.
Expect a Platinum Edition of Beyonce that will include a four-disc set, equipped with 2 DVDs, the original CD and 2 brand new songs, “7/11” and “Ring Off.”