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Beyonce Could Be In Hot Water With PETA Over Abandoned Dog

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yoboUh-oh! Is Beyonce pulling a Paris?

Rumor has it that our buds over at PETA are launching an investigation into reports that Beyonce abandoned her pet Shih Tzu with staff at her New York record company a year ago.

A Columbia source tells MusicToob.com that label employees have been looking after Beyonce’s dog, stating, “They are taking turns to take Munchie for walks and take it home on the evenings and weekends. Everyone realizes that Beyonce has been incredibly busy recently, recording and promoting her Sasha Fierce album. But the whole team will be glad when she eventually takes charge of the dog for herself again.”

PETA hasn’t released much information, but a spokesperson confirmed, “We have an inquiry in with Columbia.”

While Beyonce doesn’t have a great reputation with animal-issues (see also: obsessed with fur) we’re hoping that Sasha Fierce turns out to be a responsible pet owner! More news as we learn it…

[Update: PETA has confirmed that “the Munchie tale is far from the truth and that the dog hasn’t even been to the record company’s offices in months.” See the full update HERE]

via: starpulse.com

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