Beyonce's Security Drama Prior to Arrival of Blue Ivy

January 9, 2012 By:
Beyonce's Security Drama Prior to Arrival of Blue Ivy

The cost of protecting your high profile, A-list baby? $1.3 million. Knowing that the secrets of your mysterious surrogate Illuminati child are protected? Priceless.

Jay-Z and Beyonce reportedly dropped over a million bucks to have the entire floor of the Lenox Hill Hospital in NYC all to themselves when Beyonce gave birth on Saturday.

A witness told Us Weekly that security was “insane.”

“They evacuated the floor for 15 minutes so Jay-Z could come up!”

A staffer revealed, “Her room is bulletproof. It’s custom-made. They came in and reconstructed it. It’s completely different.”

Damn. You’d think she was giving birth to the President of the United States. Did they put a laser beam alarm system around her hoo-ha, too?

And the world would probably brush it all off as crazy, over-the-top celebrity behavior if it wasn’t for the fact that everyone else at the hospital was inconvenienced by this.

“They just used the hospital like it was their own and nobody else mattered,” said Neil Coulon, a dad who couldn’t check on his premature, newborn twins because he was kept from the neonatal ICU.

“People are really upset and complaining,” a hospital worker said.

Uh, hospital staff being interviewed by the press instead of doing, you know, hospital-related stuff, probably doesn’t help either.

According to TMZ, a bunch of new moms are really pissed at the way the hospital has been treating them in the wake of Beyonce’s baby, too. A group of moms have been gathering for breastfeeding class and say that not only have they been “neglected” by hospital staff, Beyonce’s security has been “extremely rude” to them.

But in all fairness, is breastfeeding that hard? Really? I mean, it’s pretty much like squeezing out toothpaste, right? Okay, I’ve never had kids, so I’ll just shut up now.

At any rate, the moms are reportedly planning to file a lawsuit against the hospital.

A source says, “someone at the hospital should be protecting us patients.”