Beyonce’s mother said that her marriage with Jay Z is fine despite rumors saying the contrary.
According to TMZ’s interview with Tina Knowles, the two aren’t breaking up.
She described their marriage as “perfect.” She said, “Haters going to be haters and there’s nothing we can do about that.”
“I just don’t even read the bull, you know?” Knowles added.
“There seems to be evidence to back up Tina’s statement — Bey and Jay have been spotted out together a lot recently … looking happy at the go-kart track, a restaurant opening, and they even embraced on stage,” TMZ wrote.
A few days ago, it was rumored that Beyonce talked with actress Gwyneth Paltrow about how to amicably have a divorce. That tidbit of information was provided by Us magazine, which quoted an unnamed source for the rumor.
“The day after the announcement, Bey and Jay will be spotted together,” the source said. “The two will be all lovey-dovey.”
The magazine said the two will separate in the fall.
The Associated Press update:
US inspector finds Beyonce, Jay-Z Cuba trip legal
HAVANA (AP) — The U.S. Treasury Department’s inspector general has determined Jay-Z and Beyonce’s fifth-anniversary trip to Cuba last year was legal under rules allowing educational travel to the island.
The music superstars angered several Republican politicians in Florida with their four-day visit to Havana, which saw them eating in some of the city’s high-end private restaurants and touring colonial Old Havana while Jay-Z puffed on a Cuban cigar.
Washington’s 51-year embargo makes it illegal for U.S. citizens to visit Cuba for mere tourism, although tens of thousands of Americans travel to the island each year on academic, religious, journalistic or cultural exchange licenses. The inspector general’s office said in a report Wednesday that the couple visited an art school and a local theater group, helping make their trip a legal educational exchange.