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BEVERLY HILLS, CA – In a move that many are calling cowardly and shameless, Tiger Beat Magazine has lambasted black teen-pop quartet B2K, calling them “thieves of a culture primarily created by whites.”

However, many are speculating this attack as a cheap publicity stunt to promote The Pop Tart Boys, a teen white male pop sextet managed by the owner of the magazine, David Mayonnaise, who also recently released the offensive track “B2 Gay”. However, the magazine denies these allegations in their latest issue.

“We at Tiger Beat have always remained objective in bringing you an unbiased approach in hot music and hot guys, but we feel that a group like B2K is unfairly invading this culture. What’s to say that in another twenty years trailblazers like New Kids On The Block, Joey Lawrence, Jonathan Taylor Thomas, and the Corey’s, won’t be recognized,” said publisher Mayonnaise. “Plus they can dance better than us.”

In the upcoming issue of Tiger Beat, actor Kirk Cameron has written a scathing article about why B2K should be banned from the culture. The issue also comes with a free poster featuring a cartoon drawing of The Pop Tart Boys dancing on the dead bodies of B2K.

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