Is President Obama leaving Michelle For Beyonce?
A French newspaper is reporting Obama and Beyoncé are having an affair despite any evidence supporting claims

















It's the story that's going to rock the White House and the nation. Get ready for it... President Obama and Beyonce are having an affair. At least this is what a French newspaper is reporting.

Le Figaro is set to print the story tomorrow. "There is something big that is happening [between the two]," said French photographer, Pascal Rostain. "I can assure you that the world will talk about it," he added.

Details or evidence have yet to be revealed to support the affair claims. The Washington Post has already announced they will not be reporting the story. "It's definitely not true," said Post spokesperson, Kris Coratti. The even plan to print a rebuttal to the Le Fiagro rumor.

Rostain pointed out that rumors of presidential affairs isn't new. "We should not forget Marilyn [Monroe] or Monica Lewinsky. You can be the president of the first world power — that doesn't make you any less a man."

It seems like the French media is fascinated with political love scandals. Gala, the French equivalent to People magazine, is also reporting that Barak and Michelle Obama are headed for divorce. Is Beyonce to blame? Meanwhile, French President Francois Hollande is battling rumors he left his girlfriend of seven years for French actress, Julie Gayet.

The likelihood that President Obama and Beyonce are having an affair is very slim. The President and First Lady just celebrated their 21st wedding anniversary. Beyonce and Jay-Z have been in a relationship for almost 10 years and judging by their Grammy performance and Beyonce's entire surprise visual album, there is still a lot of fire between the power couple.

However, this isn't the first time we've heard of a Beyonce/Obama romance. Rumors began circulating back in 2008 when Beyonce sang at the President's Inaugural Ball and again in 2013.   

What's going to make this story even more awkward is when the two allegedly cheating Presidents, Obama and Hollande, meet later this week.