Beyonce and Jay-Z Divorce After Tour Concludes: Rachel Roy Cheating & Solange Elevator Fight

Beyonce and Jay-Z Divorce After Tour Concludes: Rachel Roy Cheating & Solange Elevator Fight

Beyonce and Jay-Z may still be trying to pass off an illusion of having the perfect marriage, but the public’s starting to see the cracks in their relationship. Solange‘s attack on Jay-Z opened up the world to see a whole different side of Beyonce and her family, and I guarantee you that everyone involved in that is suffering deeply for it – and that includes the woman who reportedly started the whole thing by flirting with Jay-Z, the infamous Rachel Roy.

In a way, you have to feel a little sorry for Roy, who was best known as a fashion designer before last week. But now, she’s been touted as the woman who tried to steal Jay-Z from Beyonce, and whether that’s the truth or not seems to be almost irrelevant. It’s what the media deigns to make true, and legitimate sources close to the situation also claim that Rachel definitely had something to do with Solange hitting Jay-Z in the elevator.

While there may have been other circumstances involved in motivating Solange to attack Jay-Z, the primary consensus seems to be that Solange saw Jay-Z flirting with Rachel. In a fit of rage, and defending her sister, she clearly lost her cool and let Jay-Z have it. But unfortunately, the whole world now knows that her sister’s marriage isn’t perfect, and what’s worse is that sources continue to claim that Rachel still has her sights set on Jay-Z. These sources add that Jay-Z’s supposed attraction to Rachel poses a threat to his future with Beyonce, and although Beyonce’s trying her best to ban Rachel from ever meeting her husband again, it’s a lot easier said than done.

In the end, it’ll really be up to Jay-Z on whether or not he’s willing to sacrifice his marriage for a fling with Rachel. There’s only so much Beyonce can try to prevent him from ever seeing Rachel again, but Jay-Z’s decision will have to be made on his own terms, not his wife’s and not the public’s.

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