U.S. President Barack Obama's spokesman on Thursday denied any White House role in allowing a visit to Cuba by rapper Jay-Z and pop star Beyonce last week, after the hip hop mogul released a song that suggested he had presidential permission for the trip.
After Beyonce Knowles and her former bandmates of hit-girl group Destiny's Child performed at the Super Bowl game in February, many fans wondered if the group would reunite for an upcoming album. Recently Kelly Rowland revealed that there is a huge possibility that her, Knowles and Michelle Williams may work together again as a group on new music in the future.
Jay-Z has responded to critics in a diss track geared at politicians who criticized him and his wife Beyonce's recent trip to Cuba and addressed the rumors surrounding his new sports management agency, which many concluded he would be selling his share of the Brooklyn Nets team.
On Sunday, an Instagram account with the name Found Hov posted a photo of a sheet of paper on the social media site with what appears to be the full lyrics to Beyonce's as-yet-released single on Sunday.
A visit by American pop star Beyonce and rapper husband Jay-Z to Havana last week was a cultural trip that was fully licensed by the U.S. Treasury Department, a source familiar with the itinerary said on Monday.
American pop star Beyonce and rapper husband Jay Z celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary this week in Havana, where big crowds greeted them as they strolled hand in hand through the Cuban capital.
The media is too fixated on Cuba's best-known dissident, blogger Yoani Sanchez, who is on an 80-day multination tour, and has not focused enough on important news in Cuba like the visit of pop star Beyonce, a Cuban official said on Thursday.
Beyonce Knowles posted a five-second video on her YouTube channel on Wednesday that a special announcement would take place on April 4 at 9:00 a.m., and on Thursday, the "Love on Top" released a new video, "Mirrors" in a commercial with Pepsi.