It has been a few days since a surveillance video which allegedly shows Solange Knowles attacking Jay Z in an elevator in front of her sister and his wife Beyonce Knowles hit the web.
UPDATE on May 15: The trio released a statement about the incident. Check out what they said.
Since the video went online -- without audio -- Solange, Beyonce and Jay Z have not commented on the surveillance footage that was released by TMZ on May 12. However, that didn't stop rumors about the three from spreading since the incident. Check out three rumors that have been debunked below.
1. Solange deleted all photos of Beyonce on her Instagram.
A few outlets reported that Solange had either deleted all photos of Beyonce from her Instagram account or that she had deleted all but one photo of Beyonce on her personal Instagram account.
Buzzfeed did discover that Solange deleted one photo of herself and Beyonce posing with actress Lupita Nyong'o at the Met Gala, but the website noted that Solange has deleted a few more of her recent posts on Instagram.
2. Jay Z and Solange went shopping for jewelry after the footage went online.
It was reported by TMZ on Tuesday, May 13, that Jay Z and Solange went jewelry shopping together at a high-end jewelry store in New York City. Solange's spokesperson told the outlet she was not in New York City at the time.
Wendy Williams also talked about the report on her show on Wednesday and said she spoke to the shop owner, Mr. Flawless, herself and he denied the report. The segment on the show can be viewed here and Williams' discussion about Mr. Flawless starts at the six minute mark. According to him, it was actually boxer Floyd Mayweather at the store, which caused the hoopla.
Mr. Flawless also denied the report to E! News and said, "I have no idea where this story came from. I don't talk about clients, but they were not here. It's absolutely false."
3. Solange subtweeted about the alleged elevator incident.
A "subtweet" or a subliminal tweet is when a person tweets about or refers to someone (or something they said) without mentioning their name or Twitter handle directly.
An image of a fake expletive-filled tweet that claimed to be from Solange's Twitter account made the rounds on the web. The tweet allegedly said "u hit my sis I hit u..." However, a spokesperson for Solange denied that she ever tweeted it.
"I can confirm that Solange did not tweet that; that is not a real tweet," Solange's spokesperson told TMZ (Warning: link contains censored expletives).