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Beyonce used bizarre tactic to work out if her design team told her truth

Queen Bey needed the team working on her new range of workout kit to hit her with the cold hard truth, so she employed a quirky tactic to determine if she could rely on them.

One could be forgiven for thinking Beyonce was pulling a Wagatha Christie of sorts – a Bey-gerac, if you will – with her new line of work-out gear.

She purposely designed literally the least appropriate clothes possible for working out in, just to see if she could trust anyone on her team to tell her the truth about them.

Unfortunately, seeing as these outfits have made it way past drawing board stage, that cannot be the case.

In her defence, these clothes – for her Ivy Park collaboration with Adidas – probably are amazing to work out in, with just one small proviso.

 

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