Beyonce and Jay Z have finally decided to call it quits as per the reports. The recent buzz has it that the couple has even taken off their wedding rings.
"There are no rings, if you haven't noticed. For just a split moment, things got real for them and she was even talking about adding to the family. But, after a while, Jay was out doing Jay and Bey was out doing Bey. They made the classic mistake of thinking a child would change everything and help to rekindle the initial fire, and it didn't," a source told Page Six.
Beyonce sparked off pregnancy rumors in May when she canceled her concert in Antwerp, Belgium, reportedly due to dehydration and exhaustion. She even mentioned in one of her interviews that she would like Blue Ivy to have a sibling.
"When it's supposed to happen. I think my daughter needs some company. I love being a big sister," she said in the interview with Good Morning America, according to Hollywoodlife.
Moreover, it is also suggested that the couple is planning to call it quits without taking the official divorce. The couple is said to be having many problems - from Jay Z's alleged affair with Rachel Roy and Naomi Campbell to his plethora of other cheating scandals.
"They are trying to figure out a way to split without divorcing . . . This is a huge concert tour and they've already gotten most of the money from the promoters up front," the source further said.
It is also being said that Beyonce and JayZ's current tour would be their last tour together and it would mark an end to their marriage.
The couple's marriage trouble surfaced when Jay Z and Beyonce's sister Solange were spotted in a fight in an elevator during MET Gala after party. The video showed Solange hitting Jay Z while Beyonce stood watching. Beyonce's non-intervention raised many eyebrows, giving space for speculations regarding her marriage with Jay Z.
The family issued an apology statement post the fight suggesting that they are moving together united.
"At the end of the day families have problems and we're no different. We love each other and above all we are family. We've put this behind us and hope everyone else will do the same," a part of the apology read, according to BBC.