Beyoncé And Jay Z Love Story Told Thru Their Songs As They Celebrate 9th Wedding Anniversary.

Happy Beyoncé and Jay Z Day!
Tuesday marks the superstar couple’s ninth
wedding anniversary, and their love story
has been a fascinating one to say the least.
Queen Bey and Jay — who have twins on
the way — have been together for more than
15 years, and both the public and the media
have always salivated for details about their
relationship. Being the dominant artists they
are, Beyoncé, 35, and Jay Z, 47, typically
hint about what’s going on in their personal
lives through their music, as the private
couple rarely does press.
Take a look at the various stages of
Beyoncé and Jay Z’s relationship over the
years as told by music’s king and queen.

“’03 Bonnie & Clyde”
Beyoncé met Jay Z when she was 18, but
the two didn’t rush into a relationship. “We
were friends first for a year and a half
before we went on any dates,” the
“Formation” singer told Oprah Winfrey. “We
were on the phone for a year and a half, and
that foundation is so important for a
relationship. Just to have someone who you
just like is so important, and someone [who]
is honest.”
The “Big Pimpin’” rapper admittedly had to
woo the Destiny’s Child singer (“She’s a
charming Southern girl, you know; she’s not
impressed,” he confessed to Vanity Fair) and
was ultimately successful. It wasn’t until
they dropped their 2002 hit “’03 Bonnie &
Clyde” that relationship rumors swirled, but
little did people know they were already
each other’s ride or die person in real life.

“Crazy in Love”
The power couple teamed up again for
“Crazy in Love” and made their red carpet
debut at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards.
Behind the scenes, they were just that…
crazy in love. Jay Z and Beyoncé never
admitted that they were dating but would
attend events together and let their actions
do the talking without saying a word. That’s
a rule they’ve continued to follow during
their many years together.

“Trouble”
Jay and Bey’s high-profile romance wasn’t
without its challenges. On the 2006 track
“Resentment,” Beyoncé hinted at infidelity
with lines like, “Loving you was easy once
upon a time / But now my suspicions of you
have multiplied … I know she was attractive,
but I was here first / Been ridin’ with you for
six years.”
A few months later, Jay Z also referenced
relationship troubles on “Lost One,” rapping,
“I don’t think it’s meant to be, B/ But she
loves her work more than she does me . /
And honestly, at 23 / I would probably love
my work more than I did she.”

“Halo”
The couple persevered and blessed the world
with their divine union, tying the knot in an
intimate ceremony on April 4, 2008.
Reluctant to divulge too many details,
Beyoncé told Essence that they both wanted
to keep their relationship private. “What Jay
and I have is real,” she explained. “It’s not
about interviews or getting the right photo
op. It’s real.”
She added, “[Not speaking] controls your
brand. It controls what you want to put out
there and kind of forces people to talk about
what you want them to talk about.”

“Run This Town”
The couple continued to be unstoppable after
tying the knot, as Beyoncé even performed
at President Barack Obama’s first
inauguration. You know you’ve made it when
you’re BFFs with the first family.

“Blue”
In 2010, Beyoncé took a hiatus from her
busy career, and the industry buzzed that
she and Jay were expecting their first child.
Two years later, the singer revealed that she
had had a miscarriage during this time,
calling it “one of the hardest things I’ve
been through.” Several months later,
Beyoncé was pregnant again. In January
2012, she gave birth to their first child,
daughter Blue Ivy.
from yahoo celebrity

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