A new revelation has just been exposed on Twitter about the infamous elevator fight between JAY-Z and Solange Knowles. Although the fight was only caught on a security camera with no color or sound, people started reeling about what the altercation could be about. Infidelity, probably. Well, this one detail about the elevator fight could explain everything: Solange and JAY-Z's elevator fight happened at an address with 444 in it.
Footage was leaked in May 2014 that allegedly showed Beyoncé's younger sister, Solange Knowles, physically attacking JAY-Z in an elevator. At the time, there was no context for the video. Two years later, Beyoncé released Lemonade, which accused JAY-Z of cheating, and things started making a lot more sense.
Perhaps the most woke person on Twitter right now, Stephen Ossola, tweeted a picture of The Standard Hotel in New York City where the elevator fight happened. The address is 444. What the what? Four is the number of Beyoncé and JAY-Z. If you don't understand, stick with me, I'll explain everything.
Let's start at the top. JAY-Z's newest album is called 4:44. The 13th album is named that for a reason, and not because Beyoncé already had an album named 4. He said in an interview with The New York Times,
Beyoncé and JAY-Z have always been connected by the number four. Bey's birthday is September 4 and JAY-Z's is December 4. The two got married on April 4, and even reportedly have matching "IV" (the roman numeral of four) tattoos on their ring fingers.
That is also supposedly the inspiration behind the name of their first born, Blue Ivy. Get it? I-V, Ivy.
Now, do you see how significant this number is? If some major life event is going to happen to Bey and JAY-Z, it's going to happen around the number four. Perhaps the mystical numerology held everyone way too tight, and that's what caused the massive elevator fight to break out. Just a theory, but glad someone exposed this important detail.