One year after the tragic Grenfell Tower fire in West London that killed 72 people and displaced over 100 more, Beyoncé and Jay-Z paid tribute to the fallen Londoners during their On The Run II concert stop in the city.
"This goes out to the family and friends of the victims of the Grenfell fire, God bless you," said Beyoncé before she begun singing "Young Forever" while holding Jay-Z's hand. The two were also wearing bright green heart solidarity badges. After the tribute, Justice4Grenfall, an organization is dedicated to holding authorities responsible for the negligence and lack of public safety that led to the deadly fire of the Grenfell Tower housing project, shared their appreciation for Bey and Jay for taking time out of their show to remember the fallen victims.
"We are grateful that Jay Z and Beyonce dedicated their last song to Grenfell tonight, they said their thoughts were with the families & survivors. We are glad they wore the green heart badges that we sent over! Thank you," read their tweet. They also stated that they didn't create the green heart but gift the emblem to the supercouple.
"We just want to make clear that the beautiful green heart badges worn by Jay Z & Beyonce last night are not from our campaign, as some media is suggesting this morning, but from @grenfellspeaks 💚 we only sent them to Jay Z & Beyonce!"
Check out the concert clip above.