By Daphne Rasehei – Emtv Online
Beyoncé and Jay Z had reportedly have been trying for baby number 2 for some time now.
Claims are being made that the singer is actually expecting, and may make the big announcement at Super Bowl 2016.
Radar Online sparked the rumour that the songstress is pregnant, and has already made it to her second trimester, which sets her at 5 months pregnant. There has been a number of pregnancy rumours sparked about Beyoncé over the past few months, so only time will tell if this one does hold any truth to it.
For now, fans are excited at the possibility that Bey’s first child, Blue Ivy, may have a little brother or sister shortly.
The source who is apparently close to the star shared the following recently with the online celebrity publication.
“Beyonce has been hiding her midsection in recent weeks as rumors of a second pregnancy swirl. And now, a music industry insider tells Radar that she is ‘close to five months pregnant! Although she didn’t announce it or anything, it was pretty apparent from the way she was acting. She was probably close to five months pregnant. It was pretty indicative she was covering up, instead of wearing her normally skin-baring attire. She had a dress on, but this really big black hoodie covering up…’ “
The source then goes on to claim that although Beyoncé attempted her best to hide the bump, but it was still evident.
The information about the possible pregnancy has yet to be verified by the singer, herself, or her reps, nor has Jay Z made mention of his wife possibly expecting.
Much like Beyoncé’s reveal of her pregnancy with Blue Ivy, the pair will certainly let the public know in a grandiose way, if the diva is, in fact, pregnant. The Super Bowl just might be the place to do so.
In other Beyoncé news, the singer and the band Coldplay are still causing controversy with their latest music video for the song, “Hymn for the Weekend.”
Bey appears in the music video and, as the Huffington Post relays, instead of stirring up excitement about the Super Bowl halftime show by giving fans a taste of their new music, “the video has sparked a debate on cultural appropriation, specifically Desi or Indian culture.”
HuffPost shares in regards to the details of the video and the attempt at creating a beautiful depiction of Indian culture that has turned out to not be as well-received as the band had hoped.