Beyoncé Sings About How ’S*it Go Down … On An Elevator’ In Latest Single, Amid Purported Marital Meltdown With Jay-Z

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Aug. 4 2014, Updated 12:27 p.m. ET

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In what could be the latest salvo in the troubled relationship between hip-hop heavyweights Beyoncé and Jay-Z, the former Destiny’s Child lead singer refers to her sister Solange’s May dust-up with her husband following the Met Gala in her latest track, a remix of “Flawless.” ​

In the new release, a duet with Nicki Minaj, the one-time Sasha Fierce sings, “We escalate up in this b*tch like elevators, of course, sometimes s*it go down when there’s a billion dollars on an elevator.”

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The eye-popping figures might not that be far off as Beyoncé, 32, has an estimated net worth of $300 million, while Jay-Z’s is figured to be in the $550 million range.

Hear the Audio on RadarOnline.com:

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As we previously reported, things between the “Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)” singer and the "Big Pimpin’” singer, 44, seem to be on rocky ground; according to the latest reports, Bey’s searching for a place of her own in New York City, while growing strife between husband and wife might put a premature end to their On The Run tour.

“They’re not just staying in different hotel rooms,” a source told the NY Post, “but they have booked separate hotels, and they arrive separately to each show.”

The couple of six years have a 2-year-old daughter named Blue Ivy; their current tour is expected to wrap up next month, with dates in Paris Sept. 12 and 13.

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