Jay-Z and Megan Thee Stallion had a blast at one of Beyoncé’s recent Paris shows during her Renaissance Tour. They were spotted dancing along to Beyoncé’s solo hits, showing enthusiasm and enjoyment. The concert was also a special moment for 11-year-old Blue Ivy Carter, who made her dancing debut on stage during Black Parade. She absolutely killed it and left a lasting impression on the audience.
Videos of Jay-Z and Megan Thee Stallion singing, dancing, and chatting at the show immediately went viral on Twitter. While many fans expressed their excitement and admiration for the artists, some Twitter users raised eyebrows over Megan’s proximity to Beyoncé’s husband, suggesting she was being overly friendly.
One Twitter user stated that it was just plain weird for folks to try to start rumours about Megan and Jay-Z. The person noted that “Megan is friends with the Carters, and she doesn’t move like that… Her and Beyoncé are very much friends.”
Meanwhile, someone had this to say: “Beyoncé don’t fuck with her anymore” “Beyoncé unfollowed her off IG” she is right next to Jay-Z and probably didn’t even pay for the tickets. Y’all were saying that all to defend that garden gnome. Hope y’all feel stupid.”
Here is the first video of Megan and Jay-Z:
Here is the second video of Megan and Jay-Z:
According to a report from HipHop DX, while Jay-Z and Megan Thee Stallion revelled in the concert, there were underlying business matters at play. In September 2019, Megan announced her official management deal with Roc Nation, accompanied by a photo with Jay-Z. This partnership initially sparked speculation when the two artists were seen together at a Puma event in NYC the previous month. The contract was eventually signed, solidifying their professional relationship.
However, the positive atmosphere was marred by a contentious legal dispute that arose between Megan Thee Stallion and 1501 Certified Entertainment. In November 2022, Megan accused the record label of “harassing” Roc Nation CEO Desiree Perez. Seeking a protective order, she aimed to prevent 1501 from deposing Perez, alleging that the move was an underhanded tactic intended to disrupt Perez’s responsibilities as CEO.
Megan’s legal team argued that 1501’s subpoena to question Perez lacked relevance and admissibility, characterizing it as a strategy to avoid a decision on the merits. They requested the court to quash the notice and issue a protective order, condemning 1501’s actions as either gamesmanship or abuse of the judicial process.