Beyoncé's unborn twins accepted into Yale University, Class of 2035

Beyoncé's unborn twins accepted into Yale University, Class of 2035

NEW HAVEN -- On Thursday, Yale University announced that its undergraduate admissions committee had accepted Beyoncé's unborn twins into the Class of 2035. 

"We are delighted that Beyoncé is bringing these babies into the world, and we are thrilled to educate any children of the Illuminati," said Yale University President Peter Salovey in a press release.

Salovey said he hoped Blue Ivy would likewise choose to enroll at Yale, "but we understand we need to wait until she's old enough to read the acceptance letter."

In the release, Salovey notes that Jay-Z is the father of Beyoncé's unborn twins "and therefore welcome to the Bulldog family."

 

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