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Jay Z Tries To Show Beyonce Some PDA & It’s Super Awkward

Beyonce and Jay Z like to think they keep their private life private, but body language does not lie.

Fans and critics grew skeptical of the Carter’s relationship when Beyonce performed her emotional ballad “Resentment” on the “On The Run” tour where she altered the lyrics “Been ridin’ with you for six years” to “Been ridin’ with you for 12 years.” At first we thought it was just an update, after all artists do it to older songs all of the time. However, Bey did do something a little extra that caught our attention. She added an extra line to the song. “I gotta look at her in her eyes and see she’s had half of me” she sang, adding, “She ain’t even half of me. That bitch will never be.” (Watch it here).

Hmph. Fast-forward a few days and this video of Bey and Jay on tour made it to her Instagram fan page @BeyonceWorldFans. The clip shows Jay Z as he tried to kiss on Bey while she performed “Drunk In Love.” Keyword being “tried.” Beyonce was not here for it. In fact, she seemed completely turned off before cracking a smile then walking away.

If we didn’t know any better, we would say this could all be traced back to Solange beating Jay’s a** in the elevator after the MET Gala. Not to mention, the Carters allegedly go tot couples therapy three times a week. We hear Hov has a wandering eye…

In related news, Beyonce’s pastor, Reverend Rudy Rasmus, revealed that Bey donated $7 million for a housing complex in Houston to help shelter the homeless. “She’s an incredible human being. Has an incredible heart and has been extremely helpful in our mission and our ministry here,” he said.

Jay Z better “get it together or forget it forever.”

Guess who spent his birthday in the audience of the “On The Run” tour?

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Jay Z Tries To Show Beyonce Some PDA & It’s Super Awkward [VIDEO] was originally published on hellobeautiful.com

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