Beyoncé bans Kim Kardashian?

    Kim Kardashian might want to forget about any plans she had of bonding with Beyoncé.

    Once Kim and Kanye West started dating, people assumed that it was only a matter of time before they started doing double dates with his BFFs Jay-Z and Beyoncé, but one of Bey’s friends reportedly told Heat magazine that "it’s not going to happen.”

    Even though she’s cozy with Kanye, there’s no room for Kim in Beyoncé’s crew. One of Bey’s friends said that the "Diva" singer is very careful about the company she keeps, and Kim just isn’t on her level.

    “Despite Kanye being one of Jay’s closest friends, Beyoncé wasted no time in banning Kim from being invited into their circle, which is exclusive to say the least,” a friend of Bey’s said. “Beyoncé is used to hanging out with Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow–she’s in a totally different league to Kim.”

    If the gossip is to be believed that’s disappointing news for Kim, who reportedly “had visions of her and Beyoncé hanging out while Jay and Kanye talked music and business."

    It seems like there might also be a little business strategy behind Bey’s decision to keep Kim out of her circle. The main issue she has with Kim is that her life is an open book, and that just doesn’t fit with Bey’s brand as the singer keeps vigilant guard of her personal life. The clincher for the diva was "Kim’s Fairytale Wedding," where Kim chronicled her big day with Kris Humphries, whom she left 72 days after taking their vows!

    “Bey’s marriage to Jay-Z was extremely private, and neither of them confirmed it until long after the event," the insider explained. "Kim, on the other hand, turned her wedding into a media circus and the whole thing was filmed for a reality show. Bey thought that it was really tacky and is not a fan of reality TV, either.”

    On the other hand, Kanye seems to be fitting into Kim’s circle just fine in these pics below.

     

     

     

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