Solange Deletes Every Photo Of Beyoncé From Her Instagram Page…Except One

As speculation pours in as to why Solange physically attacked her brother-in-law in an elevator like he stole something, it has been discovered that on Solange’s Instagram page, she deleted every photo of sister Beyoncé, except for one image she either forgot or decided to keep for some reason. It’s a photo of Solo, Bey and director Melina Matsoukas at a Roc Nation pre-Grammy party 15 months ago:


The caption for this picture at the time was: “Girls moment. @baddiebey @msmelina”

The rest of the photos, including images from the Met Gala that Solange posted last week, and others from the past (which included photos of family trips with her sister, and as I remember, since I follow her page, a post lauding her sister’s album when it dropped in December). No word on this situation, of course, from Beyoncé and Jay Z. The two were present at the Brooklyn Nets vs. Miami Heat playoff game last night, all smiles despite the video being spread. And no word from Solange either, but then again, deleting almost all the photos of your sister from your social media account (which is viewed by thousands) says enough as is.

Beyoncé did post this prayer on her Instagram a few days ago though, before the “scandal” dropped:

While I’m a big Solange fan, I must say, the idea that she might have taken the time to sit down and actually go through her Instagram to delete photo after photo of anything that had to do with her sister is a little petty. Or a lot. But then again, only she knows how she feels or why she felt the need to strike at Jay Z. I do hope that these two can work things out. Families have their issues, and seeing how they’ve always been so close, hopefully things can be resolved soon. Until then…

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