Beyoncé and Jay-Z Conspiracy Theories You’ve Never Heard Before

Who doesn’t love conspiracy theories? There are theories out there about everything. History buff? There are numerous conspiracy theories surrounding some of the world’s most iconic historical events, arts, and architecture. Don’t think we’re alone? Aliens basically rule the roost when it comes to conspiracies alongside other scientific mumbo-jumbo.

Celebrities and other famous figures are also the targets of conspiracy theorist worldwide. Once you obtain a certain level of notoriety, everything and anything you do is up for question. Even the hip hop world’s legendary power couple, Beyoncé and Jay-Z, haven’t been able to rise up without bringing about quite a few theories along the way. So without further ado here are some of the craziest conspiracy theories surrounding the dynamic duo.

Beyoncé faked her pregnancy

Bey and Jay may be loving parents, but things weren’t always smooth sailing. When Beyoncé made an appearance on the Australian television program Sunday Night something amazing happened. The infamous singer went to take a seat and when she did her baby bump shifted around in quite an odd manner. That paired with the ease of her movement fueled the already existing rumor that Bey wasn’t actually pregnant.

Beyoncé had just finished performing an insane routine at the VMA’s when she first announced that she was expecting. The Internet exploded with theories surrounding her supposed baby to be. There were a few other things that theorists used to back their claim. Beyoncé opted out of responding to the rumors, something she typically doesn’t do. When she gave birth, Lenox Hospital shut down the entire floor she was on. Perhaps she had a surrogate waiting in the wings? The icing on the cake — after giving birth her body bounced back right away. 

No matter what really happened…she had an ace up her sleeve for her second pregnancy. One that would help banish any possible theories the second time around for good. 

Beyoncé and Jay-Z are a part of the Illuminati

This is quite possibly one of the most popular rumors surrounding Beyoncé and Jay-Z. Many theorists have tackled the supposed connection between the couple and the secret society tasked with bringing about the new world order. Many say the infamous pyramid symbol she uses is a direct reference to the pyramid utilized by the Illuminati. 

In 2016, the Formation singer clapped back in the aforementioned track with the line “Y’all haters corny with that Illuminati mess.” Of course, that didn’t put an end to the rumors if anything it just fueled the fire. The duo isn’t alone either. Basically, every top-notch celebrity is thought to be a part of this one-party group that controls everything around us. 

The theory runs extremely deep. Apparently, Aaliyah’s rise to stardom was all because the Illuminati had her back, but when the young star wanted out, she was killed. Beyoncé is supposedly just her wildly successful replacement. 

Solange…is Queen Bey’s daughter?

This one is a two-parter because it’s basically impossible unless Bey is older than she says. As far as the public knows, the Halo singer is 37 years old, born on September 4, 1981. Solange Knowles is 32 years old, just a few years her junior. So where does this craziness come in? 

Back in 2008, actress Gabrielle Union made this statement, “Beyoncé and I have been friends since we were teenagers.” The problem — Union was born in 1972, so the two couldn’t have been teenagers at the same time. Bey’s father, Matthew Knowles, also made a damning comment in 2015 when he said that his daughter is “the exact same age” as both Pink and Usher who were born in 1979 and 1978 respectively. 

If you believe that Union was honest in her interview and the Queen was born around 1974 it’s possible that Solange is her daughter and not her sister. Her parents would have just been passing her off as a younger sister to keep their daughters extremely early pregnancy off the radar.

Some say these theories, and the others surrounding the couple, lack credibility, but what do you think?