Everyone could see that she was his biggest concern.” Still, Rihanna continued to haunt the couple and helped spark the infamous elevator beatdown of Jay Z by sister-in-law Solange Knowles last year at the Met Gala after-party at the Standard Hotel.Recycling a story that the Daily News reported at the time, Taraborrelli writes that Knowles went after Jay Z because he wanted to party with Rihanna and Beyoncé said no way. ” a drunken Knowles said to her brother-in-law as they left the swanky soiree.“I can’t make you not have sex,” Tina Knowles told Lyndall Locke. Whether or not he kept his promise is one of the few unanswered questions Taraborrelli’s book.'BIG PIMPIN' COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT CASE TOSSED AGAINST JAY Z But Locke, who has spoken openly about being Beyoncé’s first boyfriend, remained her good-time guy until she hooked up with Jay Z — a Brooklyn bad boy a decade older than her, Taraborrelli writes.November 2001: They appear on the cover of interview, Jay says that during that first shoot, they were "just beginning to try to date each other," and joked that he had to "wine and dine" her.
Moreover, who knows what went on behind closed doors between Rihanna and Jameel? And it's safe to assume that Rihanna's relationship with her former flame is the reason why Campbell stopped following the artist across all social media platforms. This is a a charitable organization that coordinates programs focused on the “social, cultural, educational and economic development of individuals and communities in the Middle East region and beyond," according to the official website.Beyoncé is a hands-on mom, even though her child Blue Ivy is often in the care of nannies and had as many as three at one point.Beyoncé even drew up a strict regimen for her daughter’s caregivers, titled “Daily Program for Blue Ivy as per Mrs.On Tuesday, photos went viral of Rihanna making out with someone named Hassan Jameel while the two took a private deep in a pool in Spain.The superstar and Jameel were only spotted swapping spit, but it was an session of tonsil hockey. The businessman’s family owns Abdul Latif Jameel, an organization that – among many other ventures – owns the right to sell Toyota Motor vehicles in Saudi Arabia and several other Middle Eastern countries. He's also a good person, however, not just a cold-hearted money-maker.