: Here is a report from the National Enquirer - on newsstands NOW!!

BEYONCE fears reality diva KIM KARDASHIAN is trying to buy her friendship, say sources.



The wealthy reality TV star, who was with Beyonce at the Kanye West/Jay-Z concert in Birmingham, England, splurged $5,000 on a diamond-studded baby bracelet for Beyonce and Jay-Z’s 6-month-olddaughter Blue Ivy. But Kim presumptuously personalized the pricey trinket with the engraving “Love Auntie Kim.”



And now Beyonce, 30, is suspicious that the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star is trying to buy her friendship, confide insiders.



“They have been friends for five minutes, but already Kim is trying to force herself into Beyonce’s life,” a source told The ENQUIRER.



Kim, 31, bought Blue Ivy a gold name bracelet with pink and white diamond studs.At first, says the source, Beyonce was moved by the lavish gesture, but then she became suspicious of the grandiose engraving.



“She thought it was over the top, considering that she’s known Kim personally for such a short time.



“Despite Kim’s sex tape and bad marriages, Beyonce had been warming to her based on her charming demeanor and romance with Kanye, who’s a good friend.



“But she certainly doesn’t consider Kim family in any way, shape or form – and for her to suggest that closeness in a present for Blue Ivy really put Beyonce off.”



The two women spend time together, watching their men perform in concert and relaxing during intermittent stops on the European leg of Kanye and Jay-Z’s “Watch the Throne” tour.



But Bey is beinning to feel uncomfortable, according to the source.



“She believes Kim is trying to buy her friendship through her daughter, and she’s cooling to their friendship,” explained the source.



“Right now, Beyonce is on her guard. She’s keeping her distance until she feels more trusting of Kim.”

We kinda feel where Bey is coming from, but we ain't NEVER upset at a person for buying us TOO NICE a gift.

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