Beyonce and Jay-Z have been at the center of divorce rumors for quite some time now, and it appears the rumors have begun circulating yet again because things are getting worse between them. Apparently, there’s still trouble in paradise, and the tension at the Carter residence has reached an all-time high.
According to Radar Online, an insider has revealed Beyonce now spends less time at home, and she and Jay-Z live totally separate lives. In fact, she’s reportedly out of the house so much it seems as if they cannot tolerate being in each other’s presence for long periods of time. Their rumored marital problems have also taken a toll on Jay-Z as well because he’s resorted to living a seemingly reclusive lifestyle. An insider close to the couple has shared details about the latest divorce report.
“It seems like Beyonce is never at home anymore!” the insider told Radar. “It seems like Beyonce has been out of the house as much as possible over the past couple of weeks. Meanwhile, Jay Z is in a shi**y mood lately and seems like he does not want to talk to anyone for any reason.”
The latest divorce rumors follow a previous bombshell report about Beyonce and Jay-Z’s life behind closed doors. A well-connected source and unnamed house staffer revealed they’d been sleeping in separate rooms for quite some time and only tolerate each other because of Blue Ivy.
“They sleep in rooms on opposite sides of a long hallway, with Blue Ivy’s room in between them,” a well-connected source said at the time.
And according to the staffer, this is still true!
“They continue to sleep in separate bedrooms and are hardly ever home at the same time anymore,” added the source.
However, these two incidents aren’t the first to raise speculation about divorce. Back in May of 2014, following the Meta Gala, Beyonce, Jay-Z, and Solange ignited a media firestorm when footage of an alleged elevator fight surfaced. Although the footage looked as if the fight were anything but a dramatization, Beyonce and Jay-Z were able to use the publicity to their advantage when they hit the road for their “On the Run” tour that summer.