Beyoncé Announces Tour with Jay-Z Then Deletes All Evidence

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I love Beyoncé and I love Jay Z so I'm excited, shit.

Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z. Ready for the follow-up to their highly successful joint tour "On the Run", today the couple announced the first date of the "On the Run 2" Tour, according to Pitchfork, through Beyoncé's Facebook page and Ticketmaster. Concert dates at the end of July for "On the Run 2" at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field were published yesterday, before being quickly deleted.

Earlier this morning, eagle eyed fans caught odd tidings on both Ticketmaster and Beyonce's Facebook page.

Beyoncé is fresh off destroying the internet with her trill verse on DJ Khaled's "Top Off", and this week, she and her husband nearly broke the internet even further.

The Carters last toured together in 2014 for the first On the Run Tour. "On the Run" made more than $100 million in ticket sales.

DJ Khaled has revealed plans to release a new album this year and he titles this one Father of Asahd.

Their collaborative single "Family Feud" got them a GRAMMY-nomination at this year's GRAMMY Awards.

Although the song was about uniting the hip-hop and black communities, Jay-Z, in the music video, sat on a confessional booth with his wife on the other side.

In 2014, Beyoncé called the joint tour the best of her life. Your city is lovely. "Thank you to all the fans that supported our show". It was the flawless place to complete the best tour of my life!

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