Amid the many impending divorce rumors that power couple, Beyonce and Jay Z, are facing today, there are two categories of allegations that are now being widely discussed on the Internet the past week. There are those who are now saying the couple is trying to save their marriage, and there are those who are more sure that a split is inevitable.
This week, Beyonce posted a picture on her Instagram showing her husband, carrying their daughter, Blue Ivy. It was accompanied by a caption that read, "My favorite shade is Jay Z blue." There have been reports that Jay Z allegedly has arranged for a 5-week vacation for the two of them, which has been described as a "make or break" trip by some reports. However, the couple still show themselves as together and happy in photos of themselves posted on social media.
However, according to the New York Daily News, an alleged "close friend" of the couple has said that both of them have been advised to play up their happy family act for the paparazzi and on social media, despite the difficulties in their marriage.
That source is also saying that Beyonce and Jay Z will release a joint statement in late September, which is around the same time that their current tour wraps up.
There have been allegations in various celebrity mags that Jay Z was supposedly cheating on Beyonce and that even his altercation with sister in law Solange — which was revealed to all when a leaked footage of the fight inside an elevator was posted on the internet — was caused by his alleged flirtation with designer Rachel Roy. Some media claimed that this enraged Solange and made her physically lash out, while Beyonce stoically stood by and did nothing to stop her sister.
However, the couple have remained dignified and refused to comment on the various allegations and rumors so far, and all those claims are as yet unconfirmed.
The couple is currently on the West leg of their highly successful 'On the Run' 2014 tour.
"Around the time the tour ends, they'll make a choice whether they want to separate or admit trouble." said a source to Confidenti@l.