Beyoncé and Jay Z were all smiles as they went out for a dinner date amid the recent Tidal drama. The power couple were dressed casually for their date night. Rapper Jay Z was dressed in an all-black outfit that consisted of a T-shirt, a pair of black denim trousers and a black and white printed hat.
Beyoncé’s husband accessorized his look with several gold chains and a matching wristwatch. The 45-year-old finished off his look with white striped sneakers. Jay couldn’t help smiling as he arrived at the Corner Deli, an upmarket Mexican restaurant, in New York City on Friday. Their outing followed their recent trip to Italy with daughter Blue Ivy, according to Mirror UK.
Queen Bey looked glam in a colorful printed long sleeve shirt tucked into a pair of skinny high-waist jeans. Her hair was styled into an up 'do with a few loose tendrils framing her face. The “Flawless” crooner spiced up her weekend look by sporting cherry-printed strappy peep toes with platform heels that she matched with cherry lipstick. The 33-year-old singer showed off her nude manicure. She completed her look with a pair of funky sunglasses.
A photo of Beyoncé and Jay Z having a good time with the staff at their Tidal office in Norway caused quite a stir on Twitter, with the couple being criticized for having a nearly “all white” team. Around 97 percent of the Tidal staff in Norway is white. The live-streaming service was created from the Norwegian streaming service Aspiro.
The picture shows the rapper and the “Drink In Love” hitmaker in the middle of a smiling team for the subscription-based music streaming service. One of the first things that people noticed was that Jay Z and Beyoncé appeared to be nearly the only people of color in the group photo. Tidal has yet to come to a music licencing agreement with Sony, which owns much of his wife Beyoncé’s catalogue. Even though a number of Twitter users tried to explain that the team was based in a Scandinavian country, it did not stop critics from venting their anger via the social network. “Jay Z tried to guilt-trip us blacks by saying black people don't support black people but his Tidal staff are all white,” one user wrote.