Beyoncé doesn't have time to comment on all of the crazy rumors out there, but she makes sure to address them in her own special way—via Instagram.
The self-appointed diva has quite a history of taking to the photo-sharing social media platform to clear the air about what's going on in her personal (and even sometimes professional) life.
Let's take a gander at some of the most recent examples of her silencing the haters and clearing the air, shall we?
The rumor mill is in overdrive with reports that Bey and her hubby Jay-Z are heading for splitsville. And while breakup rumors aren't entirely new for the music power couple, it seems that lately the two have been more public than ever with their love.
Case in point? The myriad of photos ranging from onstage PDA to romantic vacations on Yoncé's IG. In fact, just yesterday she shared a pic of her hubby with their daughter, Blue Ivy, on a beach together with the caption, "My favorite hue is Jay Z Blue." The pic comes in the wake of speculation that Bey has been shopping for homes in New York City to live in after she splits with the rapper.
Then who could forget about the Solange elevator drama? Following the release of the footage showing her sister and partner fighting at a Met Gala after party, the "Drunk in Love" singer posted a slew of chummy old photos with her younger sibling.
Without saying a word, Bey's message was crystal clear.
During the beginning of their On the Run tour, Jayoncé was at the center of cheating allegations. During her live rendition of "Resentment," the beloved songstress even changed the lyrics to make them seem eerily personal, which led many to believe that Jay had stepped out on Bey.
But fans may have read too far into the concert change, as she posted a photo of her laughing backstage with her main man less than a day later.
Bey's used her Instagram as a mouthpiece even back in early 2013, when she reacted to claims that she wasn't singing live during Barack Obama's inauguration. The 32-year-old shared a snapshot of her wearing a sweatshirt that read, "Can I live?"—which is also a reference to one of Jay's past songs.