Considering the questionable sourcing of that biography, perhaps we should leave Beyoncé's narrative to the singer herself.That may mean all we'll get from the "seen but not heard" superstar's personal life are photos of Blue Ivy, but who can complain about that?Page Six reports that both Rihanna's legal representatives and Nobles deny this.Rihanna's lawyer, Jordan Siev, told the paper, "Hay was never Rihanna's publicist or had any personal or professional relationship with her." Hay then clarified that he wasn't Rihanna's publicist, but rather, a publicist for her first single.One story making the rounds revolves around the claim that a former publicist started leaking stories about Rihanna and Jay Z having an affair back in 2005 for publicity.That publicist, Jonathan Hay, claims in the book that he worked with "Pon de Replay" writer and producer Vada Nobles and planted the Jay Z stories to make sure Rihanna's first single became a hit.Speaking with "Inside Edition," Hay revealed that he created the rumor as a way to sell records. "I was desperate at the time because I wanted to have a hit record." According to Hay, he was trying to promote Rihanna's first hit single, "Pon de Replay." "The [public relation] stunt that I did was out of desperation to help break ‘Pon de Replay’," he said.
The author spoke to several individuals who are close to Beyoncé, and claimed he has heard from eyewitnesses that the Drunk In Love singer told Jay he could not attend Rihanna's after party at the Met Gala."I was blindsided by the news of Becoming Beyonce coming out and it couldn't come at a worse time for me,” Hay said.released yesterday has been fueling the rumor mill with details about the famously private singer's past.In the book, Locke spoke fondly of his ex and even said he learned a lot from their relationship as he added: 'She's still the first girl I ever kissed at that Brian Mc Knight concert so long ago, when we were little kids.A relatively unknown singer named Ahmad Javon Lane accused the 7/11 hitmaker of copying his tune titled XOXO as the judge ruled that the songs were not very much alike in terms of musically, lyrically or even thematically and the case was ultimately tossed out, according to a Thursday report from TMZ.