UPDATE, Nov. 3: A Twitter user claimed that the below track list was fabricated, but that didn't stop the Beyonce rumor mill from spinning on Monday. A four-disc Beyonce set was spotted on Amazon UK, with a release date set for Nov. 24. Vulture, meanwhile, noticed that Beyonce registered "Donk," which allegedly features Nicki Minaj, with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers a few weeks ago. Beyonce's camp, of course, has yet to comment on the speculation.
EARLIER: Beyonce surprised everyone when she dropped her self-titled album last December. Now, the Internet is convinced that she might be up to her old tricks and release yet another album in two weeks.
Here's all the "evidence" (that may or may not be real) that we have thus far:
A "release confirmation" and tracklist for a "Beyonce Volume 2" album has been floating around Twitter. The memo includes 10 new songs -- including new collaborations with Nicki Minaj, Justin Timberlake and Rihanna -- and 11 new videos. Vibe Magazine points out that a Beyonce and Rihanna collaboration has been in the rumor mill for months now. WonderingSound also notes that this could explain why Minaj’s "The Pinkprint," which was originally set for Nov. 24, was pushed back to Dec. 15. The document states that a digital edition of the album would drop on Nov. 14, and that a four-disc physical copy -- including "Beyonce" and a DVD from both her Mrs. Carter World Tour and the On The Run tour -- would get released on Nov. 25.
Would it be hard to doctor something like this document on Microsoft Word, feed it to the Internet and sit back and watch people go wild over it? Nope. But you know you want to believe it anyway:
What if this is real pic.twitter.com/cPjHixH8vo
— no. (@simonefiasco) November 1, 2014
The Huffington Post contacted Beyonce's rep and will update this post with a comment if one comes through.