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Tina Knowles-Lawson Breaks Down Why Jay-Z Has A Thing For Rubbing Beyoncè’s Leg And It’s The Motherly Wisdom We Needed

“When you love someone and like them you just want to touch them,” Knowles wrote in the caption. “Me and Richard are always touching even if it’s just our feet ! Yeah!! That’s what you do ! For those of you who don’t understand, Try it sometimes it works !! Human Touch is how you stay connected!!”

“That’s a beautiful thing,” Knowles-Lawson added in the caption. 

People responded to the post in agreement and praise. One person highlighted that touching another person is actually healing in itself. 

“Human touch is healing..healthy human touch is healing,” the comment read. 

Recent speculation of the fan-favorite phenomena surfaced once again after the couple was spotted sitting courtside at Game 1 of the Milwaukee Bucks and Brooklyn Nets playoff series on Saturday.

Throughout the game, the two were seen showing PDA, and as expected by onlookers, Hov eventually rested his hand on Beyonce’s leg, Hip Hop DX reported.

The two quickly made headlines for their rare appearance. At the game, the 28-time Grammy award winner and Hov cheered on the Nets based in Hov’s hometown.     

Last year, Knowles-Lawson led a joint letter with other celebrities and mothers who lost Black family members to police violence, urging Congress to address voter suppression, as Blavity previously reported. Together they called for legislation to pass the HEROES Act which would examine issues like polling locations and voting machines which historically have raised concerns of voter suppression.  

Knowles-Lawson is currently married to movie and TV actor Richard Lawson. The couple wed in 2015, four years after she divorced Matthew Knowles, Beyonce’s father.

J.D. Smith is a Tech Investor, Author, and Economist. He is the Founder of Visionary Creative International, a Tech-Based Consumer Solutions Company. He is also the Publisher for Black Media Daily, a 24/7 media outlet providing a voice for black content creators and a place to control their image throughout the Diaspora. J.D. is also the co-author of the book 100 Questions Black People Should Ask themselves, and a best-selling author of the book Made By Hustle. As a digital nomad, he promotes the importance of black travel and working from anywhere.

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