Beyoncé Fans Have A Theory About Why She's Deleted Her Profile Pics
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Beyoncé fans have a theory about why she might have deleted all of her profile photos off social media.
On Friday (10 June) fans noticed that Queen Bey had removed her profile pictures from YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and TikTok.
Baffled, fans have been speculating over why this might be - and some have an interesting theory.
Many fans believe the move could mean new music is on the way, or another exciting announcement of some sort.
Naturally, fans are freaking out at the thought of a new album, with one person writing on Twitter: "Please Beyonce..please be an album!!"
While another said: "If @Beyonce drops an album tonight.. i’ll be unavailable for the next month."
And a third added: "A @Beyonce Album is COMING!!!"
Others joked that it could simply be the singer dropping a new range her fashion line Ivy Park, with one adding: "Imagine Beyonce gives us another Ivy Park collection instead of new music."
While another said: "I hope Beyoncé not doing all this for ivy park."
Others were quick to comment on the global impact Beyoncé has, after her name began trending shortly after deleting the photos.
"All beyoncé did was blank out her socials and the whole world has STOPPED. when i tell u nobody can touch her impact," said one.
While another added: "Beyoncé removed her profile pics & caused a frenzy. That’s impact."
"All Beyoncé had to do was delete some profile pics and she's trending #3 nationwide...talk abt impact," wrote a third.
if @Beyonce drops an album tonight.. i’ll be unavailable for the next month— Dan Esposito (@dan_espo98) June 10, 2022
Please Beyonce..please be an album!! 🥺— CacyBey🇯🇲 (@CacyKay) June 10, 2022
Beyoncé removed her profile pics & caused a frenzy. That’s impact.— Bre G. (@bregtaughtyou) June 10, 2022
Back in 2013, Beyoncé's album was released overnight with no prior warning, meanwhile her last studio album, Lemonade, dropped in 2016.
There have of course been singles since then, but if an album were to drop this week it would be the first in six years.
Last August, Bey did tell Harper's Bazaar that she had been spending a lot of time in the studio during the coronavirus pandemic. Could this be a clue a new album is around the corner?
"With all the isolation and injustice over the past year, I think we are all ready to escape, travel, love, and laugh again," she said.
"I feel a renaissance emerging, and I want to be part of nurturing that escape in any way possible. I’ve been in the studio for a year and a half."
Will Queen Bey be making her return? We'll have to wait and see...