When the American Idol judge stopped by New York's Hot 97 radio show to chat about her new album, she was also asked what she thought about the incident. "You can't speculate what's going on," J.Lo told Angie Martinez. "What I do know about being in the public eye is that you never know the real story and you never will unless somebody decides to share it."
The "I Luh Ya Papi" went on to say she understands why there's so much public interest in it, considering even she would want to know what happened if two random people were fighting on the street. "I think that's just a natural curiosity," she continued. "People are just nosy and you just gotta know that when you're in this business and roll with the punches."
Aside from deleting nearly every picture of Beyoncé from her Instagram page, Solange has kept mum on the incident, as have Jay Z and his wife.
The "Drunk in Love" crooner did make a statement, though, when she posted four photos of herself posing with Solange and Rihanna. Post-fight, rumors started flying that the fight began because Jay Z wanted to attend Rihanna's Met Gala after party without Beyoncé.