PETA is going after Beyonce Knowles -- again -- after the singer told Arena magazine about her peeps taping a baby alligator's mouth shut during a recent photo shoot.
The shoot went down for Beyonce's upcoming album, "B'Day." She told the magazine, "There was a shot where I held an alligator. (It) had (it's) mouth taped -- that was my bright idea." Beyonce added, "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."
This past June, Beyonce and her mom were confronted by PETA members at a fancy New York restaurant over the singer's use of fur in her fashion lines.
Beyonce Knowles' father believes there is a conspiracy against his daughter'
s new album.
Matthew Knowles, who manages the 'Déjà Vu' singer, has released a statement
defending all the recent criticism of his superstar daughter.
He said: "It is apparent that there is a consistent plan by some to create
chaos around Beyonce's 'B-Day' album release. Now to add to all the
ridiculous rumours, is my plan to postpone the release of the album. What
will be next? Beyonce's cut off all her hair? Dyed it green? Maybe she's
singing the songs in reverse with some hidden subliminal message!"
Matthew has also rubbished reports that her fans thought the video for 'Déjà
Vu' was too sexy and that her 'Ring The Alarm' video causes epileptic
Despite speaking out in support for his daughter, Matthew refused to comment
on Beyonce's proposed wedding - rumoured to be taking place in November.