"It's completely made up. After all the hubbub this weekend, we kind of said, 'Well, let's just put it out and say what it is.' It's funny, I got a bunch of calls over the weekend and I would say, 'It's exciting to know people are excited.' Even if they're reporting it wrong, and that people would take their time to go and create a fake one-sheet — right down to using a Columbia logo on it. I would love to know who did it. They clearly knew what a line sheet used to look like – they don't look like that anymore."During the same interview, the manager also revealed that there was no point in doing another surprise release. Beyoncé did it once to be innovative and everything, but it doesn't mean every album of hers is going to arrive that way. It was even cleared that the Platinum Edition of Beyoncé became available for pre-order on purpose and not by mistake, since nothing similar took place during the surprise release of the first volume.
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