Beyonce and Jay Z 'Diss' Justin Bieber at On the Run Concert, 'Even The Greatest Can Fall'
By Riza Ornos | June 30, 2014 12:52 PM EST
According to reports, Beyonce and Jay Z are stirring some drama when they dissed Justin Bieber at their "On the Run" concert in Miami on June 25. The couple displayed the crooner's mugshot for all their fans to see and, according to concertgoers, mocked him saying, "Even the greatest can fall."
Jay Z and Beyonce Knowles arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala Benefit celebrating the opening of "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" in Upper Manhattan, New York, May 5, 2014.
The Canadian singer's photo from his Jan. 23 arrest was included in the concert's montage including former celebrities who lost their way, like 50 Cent, Tupac, Bill Gates, Russell Brand and Robert Downey Jr. When the 20-year-old singer's mugshot was revealed, Beyonce said "Even the greatest can fall," according to a Daily Mail's recent report.
Some Beliebers are in shock about Queen Bey's attitude in the concert, even calling it "disrespectful." @jileylovato tweeted, "Justin is gonna freak out." @JBieberBeastINA tweeted, "She is totally right. Respect." @stratfordbab wrote, "She was proving a point, it was not an Insult."
The duo put on an unforgettable performance as they kicked off their "On the Run" concert in Miami, with a 42-set song list and never-before-seen home videos of Blue Ivy and some clips of their wedding. The "Crazy in Love" singer also showcased her fabulous booty wearing a sizzling sequin cut-out leotard. Beyonce also slipped in and out of a wide range of risky and risqué outfits revealing her voluptuous figure throughout the show.
Leading the nominees for this year's BET Awards, the power couple will join Drake who is nominated for Video of the Year for his song "Worst Behaviour." Beyonce is nominated for "Drunk in Love" and "Partition" but will not be able to attend the red carpet show due to her current tour.
The singer is head to head with Rihanna for Best Female R&B/Pop Artist. Meanwhile, Jay Z is up against Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole and Future for Best Male Hip-Hop Artist. BET Awards will be aired on Sunday evening, July 6, and will hosted by Chris Rock, whose previous hosting experience includes MTV Video Music Awards and the Academy Awards.
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