Referring to the infamous incident as “that thing," it's clear that Solange is ready to move on.
“What’s important is that my family and I are all good,” Beyoncé's little sister told Lucky magazine, gracing its cover in a casual, 1960s-inspired outfit. “What we had to say collectively was in the statement that we put out, and we all feel at peace with that.”
Fans of the famous family were shocked to see a video reportedly showing Jay Z and his Solange involved in a physical altercation in an elevator after they attended a Met Ball after party last May, which was being held at the Standard Hotel.
After the elevator's security camera footage was leaked, the family released a joint statement explaining that they had “worked through” their issues and that Jay Z and Solange had apologized to one another.
In the weeks that followed, the family put on a united front in public and on social media, with Beyoncé sharing snaps of her and her sister spending time together on Instagram.
Solange now lives in New Orleans with her nine-year-old son, Julez, and her boyfriend Alan Fergusen, a video director. Her upcoming album is due out this fall.