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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Beyonce’s St. Louis-Raised Drummer Accuses Star of Murder, Molestation, Witchcraft

Posted By on Thu, Sep 20, 2018 at 2:30 PM


Beyoncé Knowles’ former drummer, the St. Louis-raised Kimberly Thompson, attempted to get a temporary restraining order against the Lemonade singer by alleging “extreme witchcraft, dark magic” and “magic spells of sexual molestation.”

In paperwork obtained by, the Pattonville High School alumna also claims that the pop star put magic spells on Thompson’s lovers and murdered her pet kitten.

A judge denied Thompson's request for the restraining order. We were not able to reach Queen Bey for comment.

In addition to drumming for Beyoncé, Thompson was also once the house drummer for television show Late Night with Seth Meyers, but it appears that her career has since gone off the rails.

And though Beyoncé is long-rumored to be an Illuminati supergoddess, as of yet there is still no solid proof that she is a murdering witch. We’ll keep you updated.

Thompson, however, has been posting increasingly erratic videos on her YouTube page. ("So what do you all day, just like record yourself?" Thompson asks herself at one point. She then answers her own question: "Uh huh.") So let’s all cast a luck spell her way and hope for the best.

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