Is it ova with Hova? Beyonce says maybe with updated version of 'Resentment'

IF YOU'RE PLANNING to attend the Beyonce-Jay Z "On the Run" show at Citizens Bank Park on Saturday night, be prepared for some fireworks.

And we don't mean up in the sky.

From the Solange vs. Jay Z elevator battle in May until now, there have been widespread rumors of trouble in the marriage of Solange's older sister and her husband.

Was Jay unfaithful? And if so, how much of a dog do you have to be to cheat on Beyonce? What could you be looking for somewhere else except for someone who's less attractive, less talented and less successful?

Anyway, according to, at a Cincinnati concert Saturday night, Beyonce changed the lyrics of "Resentment" to reflect the amount of time she'd been with Jay (12 years already) and then she changed the line "Like I couldn't do it for you like your mistress could" to "Like I couldn't do it for you like that wack bitch could."

The crowd went wild.


Rising star

Remember Christ Bearer, the onetime Wu-Tang Clan-affiliated rapper who cut off his penis and jumped out of a building in April?

Miraculously, surgeons were able to re-link the sausage (can we coin the term "re-member"?), and now Mr. Bearer is hoping to show just how man he is by going into porn, he said in an interview with TMZ.

It's either that or hang out with Hank Baskett. says TMZ asked Christ Bearer if any drugs were involved in his clip job, and after a bit of foul language, said "PCP was involved!" and added, "Kids, say no to drugs!"

Unless you cut off your penis. Then say yes to morphine.

As for whether Christ Bearer's Penis 2.0 still works, he said, "Does it work? Can Chris Brown dance? Can Kanye West rant? Can Jay Z fight off a trick?"

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* Christian hip-hop singer Flame is reportedly suing former Christian pop singer Katy Perry for ripping off his song "Joyful Noise," adding witchcraft, paganism and black magic and turning it into "Dark Horse."

TMZ says Flame and the other singers involved with the suit say Katy not only took the joyfulness out of their noise, but she made people think they have something to do with her anti-Christian music video for "Dark Horse."

They're suing for damages and want Perry to stable her "Horse."

For what it's worth, Tattle listened to both songs and aside for a repetitive synth note in each, they didn't sound much alike.

But maybe that's the devil talking.

Jewel and her husband, Ty Murray,are divorcing after a 16-year relationship.

Jewel and Murray were married in 2008. They have a son named Kase.

Jewel wrote in a letter on her website that she and Ty want their separation "to be nothing less loving than the way we came together."

We guess that means they came together with anonymous Internet trolls making fun of them.

* For 30 years, tourists from around the world have paid money to get a look at two airplanes once owned by Elvis Presley at Graceland in Memphis. By April of next year, the planes could be gone.

Elvis Presley Enterprises, which operates Graceland, has written to the planes' owners saying it wants the jets, named Lisa Marie and Hound Dog II, removed from Graceland in late April. The planes were sold after Presley's death, and were eventually purchased by OKC Partnership in Memphis.

* According to an exclusive in In Touch magazine, Amanda Bynes is motivated to get her degree from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising and preparing to leave her parents' home and move out on her own.

"Amanda's been looking for apartments in downtown L.A. for a couple of weeks," an unnamed source told In Touch.

The source added, "Amanda seems to be in a really good place in her life right now."

So why does she want to move?

* In barely related academic news, Madonna's daughter Lourdes is going to the University of Michigan to wear the maize and blue and become a Wolverine.

That's where Mom went for two years before becoming Madonna.

* The organization that hosts the Academy Awards has sued over the recent auction of a 1942 Oscar awarded to the art director of "My Gal Sal" and is seeking to buy back the statuette.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences filed the lawsuit Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court against Rhode Island-based Briarbrook Auction Services.

Briarbrook owner Nanci Thompon said she has not seen the lawsuit. But she noted that Joseph Wright's Oscar predated the Academy's 1951 sales prohibition and said her company was careful before offering it for sale.

Briarbrook sold the Oscar for $79,200 on June 24.

The Academy is looking to buy it back for a lot less - $10.

Huh? It's an Oscar, not a media company.

- Daily News wire services contributed to this report.




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