Beyonce performed for an hour on New Year’s Eve at a party thrown by terror-backing Libyan dictator Muammar al-Qaddafi son, Hannibal, who has a long record of violence against women.

Beyoncé performed five songs in a sexy black leotard at the Nikki Beach club on St. Barts in front of a crowd that included her husband Jay-Z, Usher, Microsoft founder Paul Allen and Lindsay Lohan.

We couldn’t confirm how much Beyoncé was paid for the gig, but last year, Mariah Carey reportedly pocketed $1 million for performing at Nikki Beach.

Some vacationers on the island were aghast. DJ Sam Young tweeted: “Jigga [Jay-Z], Beyonce & Usher were @ Nikki Beach performing for [Qaddafi] family, WTF?”

Just a week earlier, on Christmas Day, Hannibal, 33 — also known as Moutassim — allegedly attacked his wife, Aline Skaf, in his suite at Claridge’s in London. Three of his security staff were arrested for obstructing police. Skaf was reportedly hospitalized with a broken nose while Hannibal was whisked away in a diplomatic car.

2 thoughts on “Beyonce gives exclusive performance for a woman-beating son of a dictator

  1. Beatster says:

    This woman is the most overated, undertalented perfromer foisted on the public ever. If she wasn’t being bank rolld by JayZ she’d be another hooker on 42nd Avenue. All she’s good for is that ass. For a black woman she ceratinly can dance and if she wasn’t acting like semi dressed whore in all of her videos no one would watch them. Thye’d have to listen to her sing which is reminiscent of a buzz saw going through a duck.

  2. Lori says:

    I think her voice is very good and that she’s very beautiful. She seems like a sweet person. What bothers me is so many of these performers spout their political lecturing crap, then turn around and take money for what they supposedly condemn.


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