Jay-Z snatches phone from party guest after he attempts to film Beyoncé

Superstar couple were guests at 50th birthday party of hip-hop mogul Diddy

Adam White
Monday 16 December 2019 14:09
Beyoncé's Unamused Reaction to a Woman Talking to Jay-Z

Jay-Z has been caught on camera snatching a phone out of the hand of a party guest after he attempted to film Beyoncé.

In the video, which was posted to Instagram by another party guest, the rapper is seen pulling the phone out of a man’s hand before appearing to admonish him for filming the party.

Beyoncé, meanwhile, is shown dancing to Bobby Brown’s 1988 single “Every Little Step” near the unknown man, alongside fellow Destiny’s Child alumni Kelly Rowland and the rapper Saweetie.

The incident occurred at the 50th birthday party for hip-hop mogul and rapper Diddy.

Other guests at the party included Cardi B and her husband Offset, along with the Migos rapper Quavo.

In a second video filmed at the exclusive gathering, Beyoncé is seen holding Saweetie’s arm as they excitedly talk near the location of the phone altercation.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z are notoriously private celebrities, with Beyoncé using her cameo on last year’s Jay-Z and Future track “Top Off” to instruct others not to spill the beans on the couple’s very exclusive parties.

“If they’re trying to party with the queen, they gon’ have to sign a nondisclosure,” Beyoncé raps.

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