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Report: Solange Was Pissed Two Of Her Friends Couldn’t Get Into An After Party Using Jay Z’s Name

On Jay Z & Solange's Fight
Some Thoughts On That Jay Z/Solange Brawl, Female-On-Male Violence & Fights Between Siblings
Some thoughts on female-on-male violence and fights between family. Read More »
  • WE HAVE AN ANSWER! Sort of. Maybe. The New York Daily News is claiming Solange Knowles drunkenly attacked Jay Z in the elevator of The Standard Hotel because she was upset her friends couldn’t get into an after-party. The source claims that two of Solange’s non-famous friends, who weren’t invited to the Met Ball, used Jay Z’s name to try to get in. “They wouldn’t leave and kept name dropping Jay Z. They were pretending they were guests of his and not hers,” the source dished. “Management went to Julius (Beyonce’s bodyguard) and said there’s a problem.” Jay reportedly told Solange not to use his name and she got upset, only getting more irate when Jay wanted to go to Rihanna’s after-party by himself while Beyoncé headed home. [New York Daily News] Keep reading »

Some Thoughts On That Jay Z/Solange Brawl, Female-On-Male Violence & Fights Between Siblings

Some Thoughts On That Jay Z/Solange Brawl, Female-On-Male Violence & Fights Between Siblings

Like, oh, basically everyone everywhere, I’ve been totally consumed with thoughts about the fight between Jay Z and Solange Knowles following the Met Ball a few weeks ago, security footage of which was leaked online yesterday. I’m a fangirl of both Knowles sisters, and my belief in everlasting love is tied maybe a little too closely to the marriage between Jay and Beyonce, so as a Carter Family obsessive, this story is impossible to ignore. Given that Beyonce and Jay Z’s life is presented so flawlessly to the public — even their past troubles have been presented after the fact with a glossy veneer of hindsight and lessons learned — the elevator brawl between Beyonce’s husband and her little sister Solange reveals a rather large chink in the Carter Family armor, provoking loads of understandable questions and speculation.

Chances are good that we’ll never know the details, and even if anyone involved does explain what went down, it’ll be carefully worded. To be very, very clear though: Solange Knowles violently attacking Jay Z, for any reason, is not okay. It’s assault. How this will play out legally, now that the tape has been released to the public and thus to the attention of authorities, remains to be seen.

Whenever I do hear about a woman being violent towards a man, I’m forced to confront my own history of such behavior. I can count the number of times where I’ve “snapped” to such a degree on less than two hands, only three of which actually resulted in physical contact. They all involved men I was very close to and love/loved. (I’ve never been in a physical fight with another woman and very rarely verbally fight with other women.) Keep reading »

The Standard Hotel Is Pissed That Solange/Jay Z Assault Video Leaked

  • The Standard Hotel in NYC is livid that surveillance footage of Solange Knowles attacking her brother-in-law Jay Z leaked to TMZ. In a statement, a representative for the Standard said, “We are investigating with the utmost urgency the circumstances surrounding the situation and, as is our customary practice, will discipline and prosecute the individuals involved to our fullest capacity.” [BuzzFeed]
  • If the Solange/Jay video didn’t break the Internet, the Vox.com article asking “What is Solange/Who is Solange/What is a Solange?” certainly did. [Vox]
  • The rapper Andre “Christ Bearer” Johnson explained why he tried to cut off his own penis last month. I know you are not going to believe this but drugs were involved. [Gawker] Keep reading »

Video Released Of Solange Knowles Attacking Brother-In-Law Jay Z [UPDATE]

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Solange Loses It

3pm: This post has been updated to include TMZ’s extended version of the video after the jump.

All is not as well as it seems in Beyoncé’s world. In a surveillance video obtained by TMZ, her sister Solange Knowles is seen punching and kicking Jay Z inside an elevator allegedly at some point after the Met Ball last week. The video, shot from above, shows Jay in his white tux entering the elevator at the Standard Hotel, with Solange getting up in his face and taking swings until she’s pulled away by someone who appears to be a body guard. It looks like Beyoncé is behind Jay and comes to stand between them at some point. It’s clear that the in-laws are exchanging heated words about something, but all the violence on the tape is coming from Solange. Damn, I would love to know what that argument was about. Sigh. Families. Keep reading »

Nigerian Kidnapping Victims Are Still Missing; Meanwhile, An American Woman Took False Credit For Creating The #BringBackOurGirls Movement

  • Ramaa Mosley, an American mom and filmmaker, took credit for creating the #BringBackOurGirls hashtag in support of the hundreds of kidnapped Nigerian teenagers. In reality, a Nigerian attorney named Ibrahim Musa Abdullahi created it based on chants he heard in the country’s capital. Mosley did help create a massive social media presence on the issue, but people are not pleased by her dishonesty. Meanwhile, as that quarrel rages on, the Nigerian government is seemingly stagnant and has yet to share any specifics on what they’re doing to rescue the girls. [Wall Street Journal] Keep reading »

Bow Down, Bitches: Plus-Size Fashion Bloggers Create Their Own “***Flawless” Video

Plus-Size Fashion Bloggers Recreate Flawless Video
Because #everyBODYisflawless!

Fashion blogger GabiFresh deals with her fair share of haters. As a plus-size woman in the fashion world, getting passed over for opportunities, being judged for her size, and dealing with vicious comments about her body are par for the course. After hearing Beyonce’s song, “***Flawless,” and seeing the video, Gabi was inspired to use Bey’s empowerment anthem to make a major statement of her own. She said: Keep reading »

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