This screencap of an email, sent by someone named Jacob to an offshore sports book, has been making its way around the internet today, and boy is it sad. The only thing more depressing than placing a prop bet on whether or not Beyoncé will be showing cleavage during the first song of her halftime performance is writing an email to dispute the results of that bet when you lose. The email reads:
Subject: Beyoncé Prop Grading Issue
Hello, account #[redacted]. I'm inquiring about ticket #[redacted], the description of which was:
Super Bowl XLVII - Beyoncé - Beyoncé - Will she be showing cleavage first song - Yes -500
This wager was graded as a loss, and I'm having a hard time understanding why. Cleavage is defined as:
"The hollow between a woman's breasts, especially as revealed by a low neckline."
While Mrs. Knowles-Carter did not appear to immediately be displaying cleavage when she was first shown at the beginning fo the halftime show, she quite clearly was shortly afterward, which was still during the first song. I DVRed the game, and can provide photo evidence of this if deemed necessary.
Thank you for your understanding.
Actually, Jacob, you can't provide photo evidence, because you are dead fucking wrong. See that picture at the top of the page? That's what Beyoncé was wearing when she first appeared on stage and began singing "Love On Top." And yeah, she does remove a piece of her outfit a few minutes later, revealing plenty of cleavage, but she does so while singing "Crazy In Love." Those are two different songs, Jacob! You lose! Good day sir!