Beyonce and Jay-Z Avoid Making Appearances Because of Diddy
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In a new report, music insiders claim in a new report that the Carter couple makes the decision to avoid being dragged to Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs' scandal.

AceShowbiz - Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z are laying low for the past few weeks despite the release of Beyonce's eighth studio album, "Cowboy Carter". Music insiders claim in a new report that the couple made the decision to avoid being dragged to Sean "P. Diddy" Combs' scandal.

"This was supposed to be Beyonce's time, with her much-anticipated country album out [just] two months ago. And yet, she is nowhere to be seen." a source told Page Six. "The album is slipping and Jay and B aren't reveling in the spotlight."

The insider added, "About a month before the [March 29] release, Jay-Z got up at the Grammys and whined that Beyonce had never won Album of the Year. But now what? Does he think she will win . . . for 'Cowboy Carter' with no promotion . . . no appearances and no wooing of the academy?"

Despite no promotion, the informant didn't consider "Cowboy Carter" a "flop." The source continued, "It's definitely not the juggernaut everyone thought it would be. Something is going on. It came out with a bang. No. 1 everywhere. [Now] it and she have disappeared."

However, it seemed like Bey had started emerging online. The "Lemonade" singer broke her social media silence with a new post on her Instagram account which sparked a conspiracy theory.

In the photos, the "Renaissance" artist could be seen putting on a busty display in a suede frock and denim hot pants. She completed her look with a beige cowboy hat. She left the posts captionless.

In addition to not updating her social media accounts for weeks, Beyonce has been staying lay-low after releasing her new album "Cowboy Carter". The 32-time Grammy Award-winner hasn't attended a single red carpet event since the iHeart Radio Music Awards on April 1.

Fans believed that her disappearance had something to do with Diddy. The Bad Boy Records is currently facing eight lawsuits relating to allegations of rape, physical abuse, sex trafficking, racketeering and other serious crimes that span across 30 years.

Back in March, the hip-hop mogul's Los Angeles and Miami mansions were raided by Homeland Security agents as part of a sex-trafficking probe that can lead to a grand jury indictment. The "I'll Be Missing You" hitmaker also made headlines after footage of her assaulting then-girlfriend Cassie in a hotel hallway hit the web.

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