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Beyonce’s daughter labelled “Satan by church sign

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  • Pastor claims poster was vandalised by thugs

BEYONCE’S FOUR-day-old daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, was labelled ‘satan’ on a church poster in North Carolina.

The offensive post, which appeared on the billboard of Beulah Hill Baptist Church yesterday, read: “Beyonce had her baby, Satan is on earth.”

Curtis Barbery, the pastor of the church, told TMZ that the building had been targeted by vandals and was not a view shared by his congregation, who he claims were horrified by the statement.

The post comes after conspiracy theorists claimed that an acronym of Blue Ivy’s name meant, ‘Born Living Under Evil’ and ‘Illuminati’s Very Youngest,’ in reference to Beyoncé’s and rapper Jay Z’s alleged dealings with the satanic cult.

Despite the commotion surrounding their first child’s January 7 birth, the powerhouse couple thanked everyone for their well wishes in a statement.

“Her birth was emotional and extremely peaceful, we are in heaven. She was delivered naturally at a healthy 7 lbs and it was the best experience of both of our lives,” the statement read.

It continued: “We are thankful to everyone for all your prayers, well wishes, love and support”.

Earlier this week the proud father posted a tribute song Glory to his newborn, with Blue allegedly making her recording debut at the end of the tune with a simple cry.

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