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The JAY-Z & Solange 444 Connection Has Fans Shook

Thank the lord for super fans. One celeb fanatic just discovered a new detail about the infamous elevator fight between Beyoncé's husband and her sister, and we are losing it. Now, all eyes are on JAY-Z and Solange's 444 connection. Buckle up.

You guys remember it. It was the elevator footage seen around the world. A visually irate Solange kicked and punched her way toward JAY-Z, while Beyoncé stood like a stoic statue in the corner. A bodyguard pressed the emergency stop button. Time stood still.

No one knows why this all went down, but we all agree we weirdly never stopped thinking about it.

Flash forward two years, and Beyoncé releases her Lemonade album, telling the whole world JAY-Z cheated on her. Flash forward another year, and JAY-Z drops his 4:44 album and is basically like, "Yup, sure did cheat on her." FLASH FORWARD TO JULY 26, AND ONE TWITTER USER MAKES THE DISCOVERY OF THE CENTURY.

Stephen Ossola tweeted a picture of The Standard Hotel in New York City, aka the scene of the elevator fight. Here's the thing... are you ready? Please make sure you're ready for this... THE ADDRESS IS 444.

Is your mind blown? Are you all right? The address where the epic fight between Solange and JAY-Z took place is also the name of JAY-Z's album.

Can I get a slow clap for Stephen, please?

Fans are losing their minds, and rightfully so. This is some serious inception sh*t right here. If I didn't know about all the heartbreak, drama, and loss our Queen B had to go through, I'd almost guess this is one big PR stunt – but I'm not, like, insane or anything.

Through the power and magic of GIFs, I present the public's outcry.

Now, I know some of you are thinking JAY-Z already explained the significance of 4:44, and you'd be right. He originally told The New York Times,

'4:44' is a song that I wrote, and it's the crux of the album, just right in the middle of the album. And I woke up, literally, at 4:44 in the morning, 4:44 a.m., to write this song. So, it became the title of the album and everything. It's the title track because it's such a powerful song, and I just believe one of the best songs I've ever written.

Mmm hmm, sure. What we're sure he meant to say was, "444 is where it all started." Plus, he even raps the following words in his song, "Kill JAY-Z,"

You egged Solange on. Knowin' all along, all you had to say you was wrong

I literally think I rest Stephen Ossola's case.