German Magazine Admits Fake Interviews Putting Words into Beyoncé's Mouth

A German magazine has been forced to admit that it published fabricated interviews. The chief editors at Neon, a glossy monthly aimed at twenty- and thirty-somethings, are portraying themselves as the victims, but the case is reminiscent of a major scandal that rocked the prestigious Süddeutsche Zeitung's magazine in 2000.
The management team for Beyoncé recently accused German magazine Neon of fabricating quotes in an interview with the American singer, picture here at the MTV European Music Awards in Berlin.

The management team for Beyoncé recently accused German magazine Neon of fabricating quotes in an interview with the American singer, picture here at the MTV European Music Awards in Berlin.

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