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Is Beyoncé Pumping The Breaks On Her Career!?

Submitted by on January 12, 2010 – 5:02 pm8 Comments
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Yes. But don’t worry, this isn’t anything permanent! After literally performing all over the world and killing every other chick in the game, Beyoncé is finally taking six months off.

She recently sat down with USA Today and had this to say:

It’s definitely time to take a break, to recharge my batteries. I’d like to take about six months and not go into the studio. I need to just live life, to be inspired by things again… when I got home, I wrote out a contract with myself. I made a list of everything I want to do that has nothing to do with music. Well, some of it does. But I promised myself that I would not go back on tour or in the studio until I finished these things. …I’m going to do random things. I want to go to restaurants, maybe take a class and see some movies and Broadway shows. I’ll spend more time with Daniel. He’s a wonderful kid, amazing, so smart. And I spoil him, so it’s a lot of work. He’s a 24-hour job. …It will be the hardest thing in the world for me to make myself not do an album and shoot a video and turn it in and say: ‘I’m ready!’ I already have all these melodies and ideas in my head. I have to tell myself: ‘Sit down! Sit down!’

Now, the question everybody is asking: is this code for “me and Jigga are starting a family”? Let me know in the comment section how you feel about it. I think she’s well in need of a break, and she should make the most of it.

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