Beyonce, Jay-Z Divorce Update: Jay-Z No Longer Needed By Beyonce; 'Single Ladies' Singer Launches Fashion Line Without Rapper Husband
Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z's relationship have always been confronted with a lot of divorce rumors. The latest tidbit about the supposed disintegrating marriage was the fact that the 34-year-old "Single Ladies" singer launched her own fashion line without the presence of her 46-year-old hubby. Does Bey no longer need Jay-Z?
According to Radar Online's latest Beyonce and Jay-Z relationship update, the couple used to be on the same page when it comes to matters pertaining to business. This recent fashion line launch seemed to be the first that Beyonce and Jay-Z weren't in it together.
So there goes Beyonce in Los Angeles busily doing her photo shoot while Jay-Z was somewhere in New York City together with Blue Ivy. Are they running away from Beyonce? Well, not exactly. Jay-Z and Blue Ivy together in New York without Queen B may be caused by a lot of reasons other than deserting the "Halo" singer. One possible reason could be that Jay-Z doesn't want to distract Bey from the things she needed to do for her fashion line launch.
Beyonce's fashion line launch may have been a success. Giving it the name Ivy Park, Beyonce chose an athletic clothing line that will inspire many to live a more active lifestyle while looking great. A source of Radar said, "It appeared as if the shoot was for her fashion line, because she was modeling all these clothes. She looked very much in her element."
Inquisitr mentioned that Beyonce's fashion line is a collaboration with Topshop owner, Sir Philip Green. Bey was very excited about the project having devoted a lot of time to it. She had even made an Ivy Park video where she was wearing an Ivy Park wear, and working out. The video will be an inspiration for many.
It is expected that Beyonce's fashion line will be a huge success considering the throngs of fans that she has. Her influence over many fashion conscious women is so great, it will surely redound to the benefit of Ivy Park.