Beyoncé and Jay Z might have looked “crazy in love” on stage during their On the Run tour over the weekend, but that’s not exactly what's going on behind closed doors.
According to a new report, the Queen and King of hip-hop are allegedly trying to work on their marriage with the help of the World Wide Web.
The duo are reportedly taking courses with a therapist on the Internet via Skype, a video chatting program.
“They have known their therapist for a long time and try to have weekly sessions just to keep communication open and make sure there are no misunderstandings,” a source claims.
Reports of infidelity on Jay’s behalf have been running rampant for months now. The allegations really picked up steam after a video of Bey’s sister, Solange, physically attacking the 44-year-old rapper inside an elevator at a Met Gala after party in early May surfaced. The cause of that brawl allegedly stemmed from the musician’s reported bad behavior.
For now, the pair, who have been married since 2008, are trying to make things work for the sake of their 2-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy.
“It's about maintenance rather than trying to fix anything hugely wrong,” the insider shares. “They are both happy and their daughter, Blue Ivy, remains their absolute priority.”
The Daily Mirror first reported Jay and Bey’s online marriage counseling.