Yesterday we reported that Solange Knowles was caught on security cameras assaulting Jay-Z in an elevator after the Met Gala. Jay-Z and Beyonce were later spotted sitting court side at last night's Miami Heat game with all smiles. The incident, it seemed, left the couple with little impact. Solange, on the other hand, may just have fallen on the opposite end of the spectrum. As reported by, all photos of Beyonce have been removed from Solange's Instagram account leading to speculation that the riff between Hova and Solange also extends to the Queen Bey. 

The only photo featuring the sisters in the last 15 months is a photo of Solange, Beyonce and Melina Matsoukas (see the image in the gallery above). The caption is “Girls moment." Matsoukas is a video director who created “Losing You” for Solange and the “Her Story” Toyota commercial for Beyonce. She also directed Rihanna's "S&M" video. 

Stay tuned to HNHH as more develops in this bizarre story.

[UPDATE: Beyonce Posts Several Images Of Solange On Instagram]

The mystery as to what happened between the Knowles sisters and Jay Z remains. Yesterday we received a few reports on the incident from various "sources", one we reported on above, indicated that Solange deleted Bey off her Instagram. After doing some digging, it appears this isn't entirely true, because as MTV reports more than one photo of Beyonce remains on her sister's IG.

As for what made Solange do her best karate kick at Jay Z, some reports say that it was because the rapper was planning to go to Rihanna's afterparty without Beyonce following the Met Gala. Other reports say that before the attack went down, Solange was yelling at Dame Dash's ex-wife Rachel Roy, although the reason for the alleged yelling is unknown. At the same time, it's also being reported that Solange flipped out over something Hov said to her as they entered the elevator.

If the truth ever comes to light, we will be sure to update you. For now, take a look at some of the four new flicks Beyonce put up on her Instagram perhaps in an effort to prove that everything is all good between the two sisters.