Beyonce ’99 Problems’ Photoshop Fail Goes Viral

November 11, 2014 | By TheSpreadit More

Beyonce, Photoshop and “99 Problems” are all mixed in the latest controversy surrounding Jay Z’s wife. The sexy diva is once more accused of Photoshopping an image she shared online.

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Beyonce has “99 Problems” and Photoshop may be one. Few days ago, the “Crazy in Love” singer posted a new picture on her official website. The photo showed the 33-year-old diva sporting a leotard with an interesting message printed on it.

It contained the words “99 problems but my ass ain’t one.” The whole thing rapidly went viral and Beyonce was praised for managing to show love to herself and pay homage to her husband in the same photo.

Jay Z released “99 Problems” in 2004, it was taken from The Black Album. The chorus went like this “I got 99 problems but a bitch ain’t one.”

So, did Beyonce Photoshop her “99 Problems” photo? According to people on social media, the answer to this question is a resounding yes. Apparently, Beyonce’s Photoshop guru made sure that her waist appeared a bit tinier and her butt bigger.

The curtains behind Blue Ivy Carter‘s mother were allegedly distorted possibly confirming the image alteration procedure. This is not the first time Queen B has been caught in a Photoshop mishap, back in September, she was accused of altering a thigh gap.

In April, the former lead singer of R&B girl-group Destiny’s Child was blasted for Photoshopping a picture where she was seen playing golf. The list goes on. At this point, it is clear, Beyonce is either doing this to keep the media talking or she is reallly trying hard not to spend money on a more capable image retoucher.

Either way, Beyonce’s name is everywhere in the news, and she did not have to pay a dime for this free publicity. In two weeks, Mrs Carter will release a Beyonce (Platinum Edition) box set

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