Beyonce and Jay Z enjoyed each other’s company when they flew out to Hawaii for a brief vacation before the singer continues her Formation World Tour in Europe.
Beyonce and Jay reportedly both knew that they needed to get away from everything related to the 34-year-old’s new album, Lemonade, which caused endless headlines for its supposed references to Jay’s cheating affairs.
The “Don’t Hurt Yourself” hitmaker was said to have used her latest album as a way to express her inner feelings concerning Jay’s infidelity over the years. In one song, Beyonce stresses that her husband has one last chance to keep it together — if he messes it up this time, “you’re gonna lose your wife.”
*Sees Beyoncé and Jay Z together in Hawaii, goes to the corner to cry* pic.twitter.com/B8LblHZzCO
— Teen Network (@iaam) June 21, 2016
With Beyonce’s decision to record such a personal album came a lot of hard work, as the singer kicked off her Formation World Tour in May, which is already believed to have surpassed $100 million in ticket sales.
Sources reveal that Beyonce and Jay needed a vacation just to get away from all the drama, the divorce stories — pretty much everything thing that was reminding them of the not-so-happy times they’ve shared over the years.
The couple’s decision to fly out to Hawaii with Blue Ivy couldn’t have been a better idea, as one source revealed, “They were living it up, drinking champagne and toasting to the good life.”
Hollywood Life added, “[Beyonce] got Jay into formation real quick with her killer body and he couldn’t keep his hands off her. Sex was definitely part of the equation and it was non-stop. It was as if they were on their honeymoon. He couldn’t stop complimenting her or literally worshiping the sand she walked on. It was a really much-needed lovers getaway.”
— Marie Claire (@marieclaire) June 21, 2016
Following the release of Lemonade, Jay Z refrained from making any public appearances, refusing to explain himself over Beyonce’s decision to air their dirty laundry in the form of a brand new album.
Whichever way you look at it, while the album may have been personal and brutally honest, it has also made Beyonce and Jay Z a lot of money. With the tour not ending until October, it is also predicted that the self-proclaimed Queen B will bring in a whopping $220 million once she has performed her final show in Nashville.
Lemonade is the only album to have gone platinum from pure sales by an R&B singer this year, having already sold two million copies worldwide. And while Beyonce made a rather daring move to let her fans know the truth about her rocky relationship with Jay, it appears as if the two have come out stronger on the other side.
PHOTOS: Beyoncé & Jay-Z Spotted hanging out in Hawaii today. (June 20th, 2016)???? pic.twitter.com/2n1D1B7XmW
— BEYONCÉ VAULT (@BeyonceVault) June 21, 2016
Jay Z is being a supportive husband and is traveling with Beyonce to every single show. The couple is also believed to have put their Bel-Air mansion up for sale, having decided that they will be relocating to New Orleans once the tour wraps.
Beyonce thinks that living in Los Angeles hasn’t done her marriage any good. While she initially wanted to get back into the film industry and sign on for a challenging movie role, the success of her current tour seems to have changed those plans, evidently postponing her anticipated comeback until further notice.
What do you make of Beyonce’s quick vacation in Hawaii with her husband?
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