Beyonce's Bitter Ex-Bodyguard Accuses Her of Using Drugs

A man, who goes by the name Uncle Ron, claims he used to work as a bodyguard for Beyonce and makes a series of wild allegations against the 'Crazy in Love' singer and her husband Jay-Z in TikTok videos.

AceShowbiz - Beyonce Knowles' alleged dark secrets are exposed by a former staffer. A man, who claimed to be the singer's former bodyguard, has made a series of wild allegations against the R&B diva in some TikTok videos.

In the since-deleted clips, the man, who goes by the name Uncle Ron, accused Bey of drug use among other things. "I know your deepest secrets … and I know how you got to where you are," he threateningly said in one of the videos, according to Media Take Out. The man, who sounds bitter, said that the former Destiny's Child member "is on drugs."

In most of the videos, Uncle Ron claimed to have "inside information" and "receipts" on Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z. He claimed that the power couple's romantic relationship is fake and that it is merely a "business relationship."

The former bodyguard, who has also worked for other celebrities, additionally alleged that Bey and Jay-Z worked behind the scenes to "destroy" the career of fellow R&B artist Keri Hilson. He further claimed that the Grammy Award-winning singer's team is going after him to get him to shut up and stop making outrageous claims against her and her family.

Neither Beyonce nor Jay-Z has responded to the alleged ex-bodyguard's allegations. The "Single Ladies" hitmaker recently returned home following her controversial Dubai show. She and her family touched down at the Van Nuys Airport in Los Angeles on Thursday, January 26.

The mother of three was reportedly paid $24 million to perform at the Atlantis The Royal hotel's opening on Saturday, January 21. While many were raving over her performance, Bey also received backlash for performing in the United Arab Emirates, where homosexuality is illegal.

Defending his daughter, Matthew Knowles told TMZ that the "Lemonade" singer's show in the Middle East country "united a really diverse crowd" and brought people together. The 71-year-old insisted that his daughter has "always stood for inclusiveness" and would never do anything to "deliberately hurt someone."

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