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Obama’s Celebrity Pal Has A Half-Brother On Food Stamps, Even Though She’s Worth $350 Million

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In an attempt to bolster Barack Obama’s claim that income inequality is the worst plague to afflict America since Vanilla Ice’s rap career, pop music star Beyonce lets half-brother subsist on food stamps.

Despite fathering one of the most successful music stars in recent years, Beyonce’s dad blames a “clerical error” for why he hasn’t paid the reported $32k in child support he owes to his baby mama, Alexandra Wright, for their illegitimate son:

Wright — whose son is Beyonce’s half-brother — is now on public assistance … and gets $300 a month on a state-issued EBT card to pay for food and other expenses.

Sources tell us Wright went to court for help … but the judge is noodling over exactly what to do.

As we previously reported … Knowles insists he’s not a deadbeat dad … and has blamed a clerical error for the delinquency.

Now, it’s probably unfair to put any blame on Beyonce for her father’s behavior, or that she should be on the hook for his illegitimate children. She shouldn’t be. But how is that any different from Obama, who she campaigned for, saying every taxpayer should be on the hook for the illegitimate children of people they’re wholly unrelated to?

Is it any more fair for a family struggling to raise a family in Obama’s terrible economy to be saddled with taxes that go to pay for Beyonce’s half-brother’s sustenance?

Oh, and by the way, Beyonce and her rap star husband Jay-Z, who also campaigned for Obama, are reportedly worth a cool $850 million, nearly a billion dollars. And yet YOU’RE paying for her half-brother to eat! Or at least, those of you who pay taxes are.

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  • aceofwands

    It would be interesting to see how much of the $350 million came from welfare money being used to by her songs.

  • theBuckWheat

    Taking care of your family obligations with your own money is something the little people do. Folks at the top use other people’s money for that.