Lawsuits: Mathew Knowles Sues Tabloid For Putting Relationship Struggle With Beysus And Baby Baller Blue Ivy On Blast

- By Bossip Staff

Daddy Matty isn’t feeling being put on front street about his fallout with Bey Bey

Mathew Knowles Sues Tabloid For “Misrepresenting” Relationship With Beyonce

Despite Beyonce admitting to the world that her relationship with her father will probably never be back to what it once was on her “Life Is But A Dream” documentary back in February, daddy Matty insists that his family still “means the world” to him and says he isn’t feeling the way he was portrayed as a father and a grandfather by a certain UK tabloid.

via E! News

Beyoncé means the world to her father, Mathew Knowles.

So insists Knowles himself in a defamation lawsuit filed against London’s Sun tabloid, which, he claims in a statement released to E! News, interviewed him and then “knowingly and maliciously misrepresented [his] relationship with his daughter, Beyoncé, and with his granddaughter,” Blue Ivy Carter.

In the article in question, dated March 24, 2013, The Sun teases the story with the sub-headlines “Former manager talks about family rift for the first time” and “Mathew Knowles has reportedly not yet met Blue Ivy.”

The story also states: “Although he insists the decision to go their separate ways was mutual, Mathew, 61, is hurt that Beyoncé has cut him out of her life.”

Meanwhile, the paper also quotes Knowles in the article as saying, “‘Normally I hate to talk about anything personal, but it would be a lie if I did not say it has been difficult. It was hard for me to let her go—it was hard for both of us to let each other go. And let’s be clear on that. She didn’t let me go, we both let each other go. That’s a big difference.”

Hmmm. If Daddy Dearest actually said these things, he might have a hard time getting this lawsuit to hold up in court. Hit the flip to read his actual statement released in conjunction with the lawsuit and see what you think…

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