Beyoncé’s little sister Solange Knowles says all is good after the infamous post-Met Gala elevator fight with brother-in-law Jay Z.Lucky magazine, Solange spoke publicly for the first time about the altercation, which she called "that thing.”
The 28-year-old told the mag, "What's important is that my family and I are all good. What we had to say collectively was in the statement that we put out, and we all feel at peace with that."
Superstar Beyoncé wants everyone to know she and Jay Z are as solid as ever.
Rumors of marital trouble between Beyoncé and husband Jay Z bubbled up when a video surfaced this week of Queen B singing her 2006 hit “Resentment” at a concert on June 28. She changed the lyrics and hinted that Jay may have cheated on her at one time.
Hollywood power couple Beyoncé and Jay Z kicked off their “On the Run” tour in Miami on Wednesday. The couple shocked fans by playing home videos, including one from their secret wedding in 2008!
There’s a wild story going around about the time Beyoncé thought she was breaking up a fight between Jay Z and 50 Cent.
“Extra’s” Gossip Girl has video of 50 Cent telling the story to Power 105.1. Check it out!MORE: Find out which two A-list actresses are vying to be the next Bond girl at GossipGirl.com.
What elevator attack?
Beyoncé and Solange Knowles stepped out together for the first time since Solange’s attack on Jay Z, putting on a united front for cameras at a Chime for Change event in NYC on Tuesday.
Bey chose long blonde extensions and a cleavage-baring jumpsuit for the night out, while Solange paired a plunging orange blouse with white trousers.
A long-simmering feud -- detailed in a stunning new report -- could be the reason that Beyoncé and Jay Z skipped Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s lavish wedding in Florence, Italy on Saturday.says that Bey and Jay like Kanye, but they can’t stand Kim!
TMZ reports the trio grabbed a bite at a local eatery, leaving in separate cars. See the pics!
Bey also posted an Instagram photo with Solange on the same day.
Superstars Beyoncé and Jay Z are moving past all that Met Gala family drama, and bring the music in the star-powered music video "Run."
Framed as a faux mini movie trailer, the oh-so-hot couple stars as Bonnie and Clyde-type outlaws, with a cache of even cooler cameos from the likes of Sean Penn, Jake Gyllenhaal, Don Cheadle, Blake Lively and others.
Here are five standout moments: