Beyoncé's Mom Drops Hints About The Origin Of New Baby Rumi's Name

18 Juillet, 2017, 01:42 | Auteur: Valentin Naude
  • Beyoncé flaunts her belly at her star-studded 'Push' party

No, seriously - a vocal minority on social media took notice of the placement of Bey's belly button and are crying foul on the photo, accusing her of Photoshop.

Beyoncé: Ma, don't. They've already figured it out. Don't get us wrong - we're obviously lapping up any Beyoncé-Jay-Z twins news we can get - but it seems like maybe Beyoncé should have been the one to confirm the deeply intimate reasons behind the name Rumi?

Thank you, Tina Knowles Lawson, for dropping some knowledge about our new rulers: newborn twins Sir and Rumi Carter.

On Friday, Beyonce unveiled the first photo of the tots while standing barefoot in a flowery archway, and also shared their names. According to Queen Bey's Instagram, it appears she and Jay Z had a sweet date night that, of course, was on a whole other level.

Knowles seems to be loving the third Rumi quote the best, captioning her post, "Sometimes we are the reason we can't find love!" When Beyoncé first announced that she was pregnant with twins, the singer captioned her Instagram posts with the poem "I Have Three Hearts" by Warsan Shire, whose work was also used throughout Lemonade and was so influential that Bey even credited her on the album with "film adaptation and poetry", Bustle reports.