Are there potential dark clouds looming overhead for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding because of the recent blowup between Jay-Z, Solange, and Rachel Roy? VH1’s ‘The Gossip Table’ lays it all out on the table for you and we’ve got the clip. Click above to watch.
Kim Kardashian, 33, and Kanye West, 36, are trying to plan the perfect wedding but could all their plans be ruined because of the fight between Solange Knowles, 27, Jay-Z, 44, and designer Rachel Roy? The three had a not so good run-in with one another at the Met Ball Gala after-party on May 5 and VH1’s The Gossip Table has laid out what could happen if some of these people get in the same room again during the wedding on May 24 in Italy.
Beyonce & Rachel Roy: Will They Have An Awkward Run-In At Kim & Kanye’s Wedding?
On May 15, the specific concern laid out by Chole Melas of The Gossip Table was for what would happen if Beyonce had a run-in with Rachel at the wedding. Would Beyonce say anything to Rachel about that happened at the after-party, would Jay-Z say anything, and would things deteriorate into the same scuffle that took place in the elevator?
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Beyonce & Rachel: Will Another Altercation Happen At Kim & Kanye’s Wedding?
We reported on May 15 that Jay-Z, Beyonce, and Solange had released a joint statement concerning the video, which was leaked to the public on May 12.
The statement said that their family is “strong” but fights “like any other family.” In the statement the three also expressed a desire to move on from the fight and they made sure to mention that they’ve all made up with each other since.
Meanwhile, we learned exclusively that Rachel was worried that the fight would ruin her career as a designer.
“She’s worried this story could ruin her career and hurt her socially,” a source revealed to HollywoodLife.com.
Rachel didn’t make things better for herself when she continued the feud by dissing Solange on tweeter, on May 14, saying, : “The Beach Is Better! Escape with RRR’s Summer ’14 Video”
Not a bad message, right? Not quite. Rachel’s “The beach is better” tweet is a direct reference to Hov’s song, “Beach Is Better,” which is featured on his last album, Magna Carta Holy Grail.
What do you think HollywoodLifers, do you think things will remain calm and relaxed at the wedding, or do you think it will just be another opportunity for another epic fight? Let us know.
— Bryant Perkins