Beyoncé is facing pregnancy rumors. Again. The singer recently attended the GLAAD Awards alongside her husband, Jay-Z, and they were honored with the Vanguard Award. However, some fans were more focused on discussing whether she might be pregnant for the fourth time.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z were overjoyed to attend the 2019 GLAAD Awards ceremony that took place in Los Angeles last week.
For the ceremony, the 36-year-old wore a black Alexander Wang mini-dress that resembled a tuxedo, tulle accented heels, and a sparkly handbag. Her curly hair was loose around her shoulders, and she covered her toned legs with black thighs.
However, Beyoncé’s choice of a slightly loose dress caught her fans’ attention, and many started to speculate she’s trying to hide a growing baby bump.
After Queen B shared a pair of photos from her look on Instagram, people started to discuss her possible pregnancy across different social media platforms.
While some are excited about the possibility of baby Carter number four, other members of the Beehive believe the singer has just gained weight, and the pregnancy comments are fat-shaming her.
“We might be really getting baby no.4 I feel it,” wrote one Instagram user. And others agreed:
“Sis, I see that baby bump.”
“Beyoncé wears suits when she's pregnant. I'm calling it now.”
“The Queen has that baby glow, that baby will come along any minute now.”
However, others came to the “Partition” singer defense on Twitter.
One user pointed out: “y’all stay calling Beyoncé pregnant every time she gains the slightest pound. Whole time y’all are heavier than her. are YOU pregnant?”
And another added:
“Beyoncé had a whole interview in Vogue magazine and told y’all she’s not in a rush to lose weight or her stomach. She’s enjoying her body change and comfortable in it. Yet y’all still think she’s pregnant every 2 months. Y’all annoying.”
As the fan mentioned, last August Beyoncé graced the cover of Vogue magazine while in the middle of her “On The Run II” tour. At the time, she had also faced pregnancy rumors, as fans noticed she looked a bit thicker and her belly was not flat with hard rock abs.
The singer addressed the rumors by stating that, after giving birth to twins Sir and Rumi, she struggled to snap back to her pre-baby body.
“To this day my arms, shoulders, breasts, and thighs are fuller,” she explained. And continued:
“I have a little mommy pouch, and I’m in no rush to get rid of it. I think it’s real. Whenever I’m ready to get a six-pack, I will go into beast zone and work my ass off until I have it. But right now, my little FUPA and I feel like we are meant to be.”
Going back to the GLAAD Awards, Beyoncé and Jay-Z were honored with the Vanguard Award, which is presented to members of the entertainment industry that have made a significant difference in promoting equal rights for LGBTQ people.
“He lived his truth. He was brave and unapologetic during a time when this country wasn't as accepting. And witnessing his battle with HIV was one of the most painful experiences I've ever lived. I'm hopeful that his struggle helped to open pathways for other young people to live more freely.”
“LGBTQIA rights are human rights,” she continued. “How you identify and see yourself is your human right. Who you make love to and take that ass to Red Lobster is your human right.”
Jay-Z, on the other hand, made sure to honor his mother, Gloria Carter, who came out publicly as a lesbian in 2017, for spreading love and acceptance and allowing him to share her story through his song, “Smile.”