H&M slims down Beyoncé, hears about it

Getty ImagesH&M can't handle anyone who is bootylicious

Getty ImagesH&M can't handle anyone who is bootylicious

Beyoncé is apparently too bootylicious for H&M, because the company allegedly altered photos of her in their latest bikini campaign in order to make her look skinnier.

Beyoncé “hit the roof” when she saw the proposed campaign, according to the New York Post, and she refused to allow the images to be used, insisting only her genuine curves could be included. Why in the world would they hire someone famous for being voluptuous and then shrink her down?

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