JAY-Z's First Appearance Since Beyonce's Twins Were Born Reportedly Shows The Rapper In Good Spirits
On Sunday, June 18, news broke that Beyoncé's twins were reportedly born. Now, it looks like proud papa JAY-Z is making his first appearance since the twins' birth, as he was spotted by TMZ in West Hollywood on Monday. Best of all, he's all smiles, leaving the Beyhive quite satisfied, but patiently waiting for an official confirmation of the twins' birth. Bustle reached out to the couple's reps for comment, but has not heard back.
We last heard rumor that the twins were reportedly being held at the hospital due to a "minor issue" after sources told TMZ the twins were born last Monday at an LA hospital. The cause and current status of Beyoncé and the twins are unknown at this point, but after a much anticipated breaking story from the family, JAY-Z was spotted in West Hollywood leaving SoulCycle in a hoodie, where, according to TMZ, he frequents to get his fitness in since the birth of Blue Ivy. Considering the star didn't have anything to say to paparazzi, we can unknowingly assume that mama Beyoncé is in good hands with her new bambinos.
Jay Z & Ty Ty leaving SoulCycle in WeHo earlier today (June 19). pic.twitter.com/KKBo6vxxrV— BEYONCÉ LEGION (@Bey_Legion) June 19, 2017
Matthew Knowles, father of Beyoncé, took to Twitter on June 18 confirming the birth of the twins leaving us relieved as it pertains to the twins' safe arrival.
Myself and other members of the Beyoncé super-fan club are reading between the lines before there's official word of the twins birth from Beyoncé, herself. As predicted, fans took to Twitter to spill their thoughts about how they're prepping for the Carter family's official announcement.
Some users envisioned incognito visits to the hospital.
And for some fans on Twitter, Joanne memes say more than words ever can.
For now, we'll have to just wait for Ms. or Mr. Carter to come forward about the birth of the twins but the little smile we got from JAY-Z puts us at ease... for at least 24 hours.