EXCLUSIVE: Beyoncé’s former drummer tells DailyMailTV she’s been ‘bullied’ by the superstar, claiming she put a spell on her cat and ruined her love life by ‘jumping into other bodies’ to watch her be intimate with partners

  • Kimberly Thompson claims Beyoncé is hell-bent on destroying every aspect of her life, including her career, relationships and finances, all out of jealousy
  • The 37-year-old, who was in Beyoncé’s all girl band as drummer for seven years, filed for a restraining order against the singer in a bid to ‘cut the cord’
  • The musician says the superstar practices witchcraft, casting spells on her kitten and on her, which allowed her to be ‘manipulated sexually’
  • She told DailyMailTV: ‘She’s just been… just basically doing anything and everything to damage any type of happiness that I could have’
  • Thompson believes Beyoncé has paid people to fire her from jobs 
  • She filed the restraining order not as a publicity stunt but ‘to cut the cord’ with someone she once loved and ‘put on a pedestal’
  • The drummer said she hopes others who have been in similar situations are inspired to do the same and stand up for themselves.

Beyoncé‘s former drummer has spoken out about the years of torment she claims she has suffered at the hands of the superstar, alleging Beyoncé put a spell on her cat and ruined her love life, she revealed in an exclusive interview with DailyMailTV.

Kimberly Thompson filed for a restraining order against Beyoncé, claiming for the past six years the singer has led a campaign of harassment against her that included the practice of witchcraft and ‘magic spells of sexual molestation’.

The 37-year-old, who was in Beyoncé’s all-girl band as a drummer for seven years, accuses her of being hell-bent on destroying every aspect of her life, including her career, relationships and finances, all out of jealousy.

Thompson spoke to DailyMailTV in a desperate attempt to have Beyoncé leave her alone, explaining: ‘She’s not been able to let me go, she’s not been able to let me progress into a mature woman and work with other people.

‘She’s just been… basically doing anything and everything to damage any type of happiness that I could have.’

507C346500000578-6202293-image-a-2_1537802161125Kimberly Thompson claims Beyoncé is hell-bent on destroying every aspect of her life, including her career, relationships and finances, all out of jealousy

509C34F800000578-6202293-image-m-4_1537806253716Thompson filed for a restraining order against Beyoncé, claiming for the past six years she led a campaign of harassment against her that included the practice of witchcraft and ‘magic spells of sexual molestation’

Thompson said she filed the restraining order not as a publicity stunt but ‘to cut the cord’ with someone she once loved and ‘put on a pedestal’.

The drummer said she hopes others who have been in similar situations are inspired to do the same and stand up for themselves.

Thompson said to DailyMailTV: ‘I’ve just been bullied this entire time.

‘This has been going on for a very long time so it has taken god’s strength to really make me get up and stand up for myself, starting with the restraining order.

‘I don’t want anything to do with this person at all.

‘This has been a complete nightmare. I’ve been absolutely, brutally abused by her trying to control everything I’m doing,’ she claims.

Despite Thompson’s claims of harassment, a judge denied her request for a temporary restraining order.

Beyoncé, who is currently on tour with her husband Jay-Z, has not commented on the allegations.

Thompson claims Beyoncé used witchcraft that allowed her to be ‘manipulated sexually’, saying the singer did this by ‘jumping into other bodies’ to watch her be intimate with partners.

Thompson said she came to a breaking point a year ago when she found out from two psychics that Beyoncé had cast a spell on her kitten, which had been brutally attacking her.

Thompson said she only had the cat for around a month before the animal started behaving strangely and ‘doing weird magical stuff’.

509C446200000578-6202293-image-a-8_1537808406117Thompson told DailyMailTV: ‘I’ve just been bullied this entire time. This has been going on for a very long time so it has taken god’s strength to really make me get up and stand up for myself, starting with the restraining order’

She said: ‘I was getting abused. Every time I came home from work to rest, I was just being abused to the point where I’m still healing from a scratch on my rib cage.

‘It drew blood, it was awful. It was so manic and gnarly that I ended up calling two psychics. I got the word from the first psychic and I didn’t want to believe it.

‘So I called later to get a confirmation to make sure, because I didn’t want to believe.

‘They were like the cat has a spell on it. I said what about [Beyoncé] and they were like yes, [Beyoncé] put a spell on the cat and you need to get rid of it right away, otherwise you’ll be in really, really, huge trouble.’

Thompson claims that Beyoncé later had the cat killed, which ‘ripped out’ her heart.

In a bid to get away from the singer’s alleged control, Thompson says she attempted to move cities but claims Beyoncé still found a way ‘to manipulate and control that’.

She explained: ‘It was a very wicked tactic to keep me down, to keep me under some type of control. I’ve had enough.

‘This has been going on since 2006 and just has been getting worse, and worse and worse.

‘For a very long time, I put this person on a pedestal, I loved them… and the entire time, this person was casting spells, and manipulating and controlling my job situation, my relationships, just all kind of things.’

509C446A00000578-6202293-image-a-9_1537808489517Thompson claims Beyoncé put witchcraft spells on her that allowed her to be ‘manipulated sexually’, saying the singer did this by ‘jumping into other bodies’ and watched her be intimate with partners.

Thompson said she regrets ever working with the superstar, adding: ‘I’m even embarrassed that I have worked with them because it has literally shattered every thing that I tried to build after doing that work in my life.

‘I always said when I was a kid, I never would want to regret anything, but this I regret.

‘I regret that we ever worked together because it has turned my life completely upside down.’

Thompson claims Beyoncé has gone as far as to use her ideas, even encouraging other celebrities to do the same.

She said: ‘I have a lot to give to the world and she’s just, I think there’s a huge amount of jealousy there that she hasn’t discussed with me.

‘It’s just been a nightmare to try and move on and do other things for other people without it getting totally destroyed.

‘Other people I’ve worked with have been paid to fire me. I found this out and then it just kept happening. It was a pattern.’

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Study: A Voodoo Doll Of The Boss Will Make Your Employees Happier!?

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Allowing disgruntled staff to stab voodoo dolls of their boss could help them feel less resentful and improve the quality of their work, a new study has suggested.

According to the Health and Safety Executive, more than 12 million Britons are forced to take time off work each year because of stress and anxiety, often caused by pressure from overbearing or abusive managers.

But rather than allowing staff to brood over their mistreatment, which can be detrimental to work, business experts have suggested they should be allowed to take out their anger on voodoo dolls.

A study of 229 workers in the US and Canada found that engaging in ‘symbolic retaliation’ lowered feelings of injustice by one third.

Although revenge is often viewed negatively, the researchers say the findings highlight ‘the largely overlooked benefit of retaliation from the victim’s perspective.’

Assistant Professor Dr Lindie Liang, of Lazaridis School of Business and Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University in Ontario Canada said voodoo dolls could help staff

“As weird as it sounds, yes,” she said  “We found a simple and harmless symbolic act of retaliation can make people feel like they’re getting even and restoring their sense of fairness.

“It may not have to be a voodoo doll per se: theoretically anything that serves as a symbolic act of retaliation, like throwing darts at a picture of your boss, might work.

Symbolically retaliating against an abusive boss can benefit employees psychologically by allowing them to restore their sense of justice in the workplace.”

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The participants in the study used an online voodoo doll programme created by Dumb.com, which allows users to name the effigy after their boss, and sticking it with pins, burn it with a candle, and pinch it with pliers.

Although voodoo dolls are often linked to Africa and the Americas in popular fiction, early records suggest they have their origins in the British medieval period, when people would make rag dolls or sculptures of witches – called poppetts – and pierce them with pins to inflict harm or break an enchantment.

The dolls were later mistakenly linked with Afro-Caribbean Voodoo or Vodou.

The report authors decided to embark on the study because previous research suggested that people who feel they have been treated unfairly will lash out at their abuser, but it can spark a spiral of retaliation and counter-retaliation which is detrimental in the long term.

“We wanted to see, rather than actually retaliating against the abusive boss, whether mistreated employees could benefit from harmless acts of symbolic retaliation,” added Dr Liang.

For the study, the participants were asked to recall and visualise a workplace interaction which had involved abuse from a supervisor. Some were then asked to retaliate using a voodoo doll, before all completed a task to fill in the blanks to complete words.

Those who had been allowed to stick pins in their virtual boss were far less likely to still feel bitter, and were also better at completing the word exercise.

In a paper in the journal The Leadership Quarterly, the authors conclude: “These findings suggest that retaliation not only benefits individual victims, but may also benefit the organization as a whole, given that justice perceptions is important for employee performance and well-being.”

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South African Convicted of Murdering Four Children to Sell Ears to Witch Doctor!

A judge in South Africa sentenced a man to four life sentences in prison on Tuesday for the murder of his nieces and nephews – whose ears, he confessed, he planned to sell at a high price to a witch doctor for use in potions.

Southern African countries have spent much of the last decade fighting violence fueled by witch doctor, or traditional herbalist, demands for body parts to use in their ceremonies and potions. In nations like Tanzania and Malawi, the body parts of albino people can fetch as much as $75,000 for a whole body, according to United Nations studies. Tanzania has the largest albino population on the continent.

In South Africa, 32-year-old Ben Zimele Mbhele pleaded guilty to killing his two nieces and two nephews, aged between four and 12, last year after meeting a man who told him that the children’s ears would sell at a high price to a witch doctor that he knew. Mbhele reportedly told police initially that he had to kill the children because they “were haunting him and that it was a satanic act,” according to South Africa’s the Times. His story changed when the court found that Mbhele took out a life insurance policy on the four children shortly before they were found dead, and collected 60,000 South African rand (about $5,000) total on the four children.

The children were found with their left ears cut off and multiple stab wounds in their body. They appear to have lived with their uncle and the rest of the large family, according to South Africa’s News24, and Mbhele was found to have taken out the life insurance money without telling the rest of the family.

The case is the latest in a string of violent crimes reportedly fueled by the witchcraft market in Africa. In Zambia, police recently arrested five men for chopping the arm off of a 20-year-old pregnant albino woman at the behest of a witch doctor. The doctor is among those arrested. The woman survived despite being “left for dead” without an arm, according to police, and the men attempted to travel to Malawi to sell the arm.

In February, a court in Malawi sentenced a man to prison for incest after engaging in sexual activity with his stepdaughter at the behest of a witch doctor. The father, 25, and the stepdaughter, 11, were told that “he was supposed to sleep with an underaged girl and on 2nd February, 2018 he forced his stepdaughter into his bedroom where he had sex with her,” according to Malawi’s Nyasa Times.

“Yasini threatened to kill her if she revealed the act. However, later in the day the girl revealed the matter to her mother who ordered her to reveal again immediately should he sleep with her again,” Police Prosecutor Sub Inspector Wedson Nyondo told the court. The girl and her mother defied him and took the case to police.

The father, identified as Kasito Yasini, was sentenced to 11 years of hard labor.

“In a related development the same court has sentenced a 21 year old man identified as Samson Rolenso to 8 years Imprisonment with Hard Labour for defiling his sister in-law aged 11,” the newspaper added, noting that this man, too, was told by an herbalist that statutory rape to “administer” herbs was a cure for hemorrhoids, which the girl was suffering from.

In Nigeria, far north from where most albino-related witch doctor crimes are documented, police have arrested several men for murder or attempted murder in pursuit of items to sell to herbalists. In February, a group of men found to be associated with the Badoo cult were arrested for allegedly “smashing the heads of a pastor and other family members with a grinding stone,” according to that country’s the Guardian.

In another Nigerian incident, an herbalist was arrested in January for selling babies as part of a scam fertility business. According to police, the witch doctor was “deceiving women into thinking they are pregnant and thereafter giving other people’s babies to them having collected lots of money.”

Tanzania has spearheaded campaigns against violent witch doctor remedies, in part due to its significant albino population. Albino activists began attracting international attention in 2014, arguing that politicians and businessmen were among the worst offenders, as they were the only people in the country with the money to pay the high price of albino body parts and had the motive of using these “remedies” to win elections of score lucrative business deals.

Tanzania banned witch doctors in 2015, but the practice persisted, forcing government officials to issue a special warning to politicians not to practice violent witchcraft months later. The crackdown also fueled a market for albino body parts in neighboring Marawi.

Uganda has also struggled to contain witchcraft-fueled violence, issuing a similar warning against the practice to politicians in 2016. On Wednesday, Uganda’s federal communications watchdog banned over two dozen radio stations from broadcasting programming after ignoring federal regulations for months on accepting advertisements from witch doctors. Uganda had banned witch doctor advertisements on radio in 2014.

Kenya has taken a different approach, recently approving a government task force on “alternative medicine” and, rather than banning witch doctor advertising, legalizing advertising for medical professionals in 2016, so that they are better able to compete for patients with the often more trusted traditional healers.

“The advertisements will mainly be allowing doctors and specialists to make Kenyans aware about the services they offer and not about praising themselves because that will go against professional ethics,” the National Chairman of the Kenyan Medical Association, Dr. Elly Nyaim, said at the time.

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