American journalist and author J. Randy Taraborrelli has written an unauthorized biography “Becoming Beyoncé.” The author has highlighted several interesting aspects in the book. It dwells on the “Drunk in Love” singer and her clear cut ways of raising her daughter Blue Ivy.

According to Taraborrelli the people looking after her daughter have had to sign a contract titled “Daily Program for Blue Ivy as per Mrs. Carter.” He said that the singer has an agreement, a structure of how she wants her child to be raised and the nannies have to adhere to it strictly, New York Daily News reported. They cannot raise the child according to their wishes; they have to follow Queen Bey’s instructions.

The book also talks about the infamous elevator incident in which Solange Knowles attacked her brother-in-law, Jay-Z. It was reported that Beyoncé looked on at a Met Gala after party in 2014 when the incident happened. But the biographer said that only the pop queen, Jay Z, Solange and the bodyguards would actually know what caused the altercation.

Eyewitnesses at the Met Gala told the author that the argument occurred after Beyoncé told Jay Z he could not go to Rihanna’s after party. “It was a whispered married couple’s argument that would have gone by completely unnoticed had not Solange overheard it,” Taraborrelli said, adding that Solange jumped in for her sister. She is known to be Beyoncé's biggest protector.

The author also wrote that the singer had only two boyfriends: Lyndell Locke and Jay Z and although her first boyfriend has left her but he still has sweet memories of the time he spent with her. He still fondly remembers his ex-girlfriend. He recounted to the author that Beyoncé is the first girl he ever kissed at that Brian McKnight concert when they were kids.

The book was writes about many other aspects like baby rumors, as for speculation that Beyoncé had a fake baby bump when she was pregnant with Blue Ivy, ET reported. But Taraborrelli said that there was no truth to that.

Perhaps one of the more outrageous allegations in the book involves Alex Wright, the former girlfriend of Beyoncé's father, Mathew Knowles. According to Taraborrelli, Wright claims that when she was pregnant, Mathew suggested she give the child to his daughter. 

“Becoming Beyoncé” will release on Tuesday.