Beyonce fuels new music rumors as Instagram and Twitter profile pictures are deleted
Pop superstar Beyonce has fueled speculation that new music may be on the way after deleting her social media profile pictures.
Fans, known as ‘BeyHive’, went into a frenzy after the 40-year-old updated her Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and TikTok accounts to leave a blank image in place of her previous snap .
The former Destiny’s Child star last released a studio album in 2016 – the hit ‘Lemonade’, although she collaborated with husband Jay-Z on their 2018 album ‘Everything is Love’ under their banner , The Carters.
tab Fans got even more excited on Saturday by pointing out on her Twitter account, “The last time she did this was in 2016. In the span of just 48 hours, Beyoncé deleted her brand, released Formation and announced a fifth world tour. Be scared. It looks like we’re going to have a wild weekend.”
One Twitter user wrote, “Beyonce has deleted her profile picture on every platform she is on…I go to sleep scared and nervous because of what I might wake up to.”
Another commented, “Beyonce has deleted all of her profile pictures on all of her social media accounts? As a reformed member of BeyHive I know what that means.”
A third said: “Beyonce didn’t change that profile picture for nothing, I just know that.”
A seemingly overwhelmed fourth user said: “Beyonce releases the album or the first single or the announcement or something, you can’t delete all your profile pictures and send the whole world into chaos and then just stay silent. Like fucking b**** we know you’re the queen, but please give us something.”
Other users simply praised the superstar’s PR.
Moments after deleting profile pictures, her name was trending around the world.
One proud fan said: “We should be talking about the crazy marketer that is Beyonce. She is unmatched. Her name is everywhere, buzzing, magazines and news writing about her just because she has no profile picture.”
Rumors of a possible Destiny’s Child reunion, meanwhile, have also been doing the rounds.
The group disbanded in 2006, allowing Beyonce, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams to embark on solo careers.
However, the trio have reunited occasionally in the past, including during the 2013 Super Bowl halftime show.
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