And we don't mean "troubled" in the way we've come to expect from reality stars.
The singer is affectionately referred to as Queen Bey, not in the least because of her heralded work ethic, which is often put to good use on stage.Here, she performs during the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards in New York on August 28, 2003.In 1998, Beyonce, second from right, was known simply as another member of Destiny's Child, a four-member girl group who released a self-titled debut that year and had a breakthrough with the remix of their single "No, No, No, No."Beyonce performs with Kelly Rowland, left, and Michelle Williams -- the final version of the group that put her on the map -- for President-elect George W.Bush during a pre-inaugural event in Washington on January 19, 2001.So yes, in most cases, there's nothing wrong with someone quickly getting over an old love with a new love.
But Amber is a unique case, and she has every reason to proceed with caution.
#FYou" She's inarguably right about that, but Amber is also deliberately over-simplifying the situation, and there are a few problems with her argument.
For one, she's doing that annoying thing reality stars do, where they complain about and act completely baffled by all the interest in their personal lives, even though they're literally famous for nothing other than living out their personal lives in a public forum.
But when they started their joint "On the Run" summer tour in Miami on June 25, they held a united front, playing their never-before-seen wedding video and showing footage of daughter Blue.
At the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards, Beyonce was awarded with the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award, which is given to "exemplary musicians who have made an incredible and long-lasting impact on pop culture." The singer accepted the award on August 24 from her husband, Jay Z, and daughter, Blue Ivy.
Security camera footage that appeared on TMZ doesn't tell the whole story, but there are plenty of pictures of the rapper, Beyonce, and her sister leaving the party.