Beyoncé: Just Pregnant or Illuminatic Conception? Take Our Poll

While a nude alumnus of North Miami Beach High was busy chewing a homeless man's face off, Beyoncé was making headlines of her own some 1,200-miles from the gruesome scene now known as Miami's zombie apocalypse.

Of course, Mrs. Jay-Z wasn't high on bath salts and going all cannibal. Instead, the 30-year-old entertainer was performing in Atlantic City, making her triumphant return to the stage after giving birth to a daughter in January.

However, if Media Takeout's "snitch" is right, Bey's moment in the spotlight will be brief.

According to the "most visited urban website in the world," Beyoncé's with child ... Again.

The gossip site reports:

Now this is NOT a rumor, it was CONFIRMED earlier today by our insider. How can we be so sure??? Well according to the snitch, who is Bey's CLOSE INNER CIRCLE, Bey is NO LONGER drinking and has begun taking FOLIC ACID pills. Folic acid is necessary for women early on in their pregnancy. And as for NOT DRINKING . . . lets just say that it is VERY UNLIKE Bey . . . to turn down a glass of wine!!

Coincidentally, The National Ledge published a story on Tuesday quoting Beyoncé at her Atlantic City show. The singer opened up to her fans about losing baby weight.

"Y'all have no idea how hard I worked! I had to lose 60 pounds. They had me on that treadmill. I ate lettuce! Now tonight, I'm gonna get chocolate wasted!''

Chocolate wasted? Total pregnancy craving. So we're gonna say she's almost certainly preggers with another little hip-hop media mogul.

But after all the conspiracy theories surrounding Beyoncé's last pregnancy, we also gotta wonder whether Baby No. 2 was naturally conceived or the superhuman product of an Illuminatic conception? Take our poll.

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