jay Z, beyonce and her sister, Solange, speaking out this morning about the elevator scuffle caught on tape. They are getting on the record and sending a message of what it means to be a family. Paula... See More
jay Z, beyonce and her sister, Solange, speaking out this morning about the elevator scuffle caught on tape. They are getting on the record and sending a message of what it means to be a family. Paula Faris has the story. Reporter: Hip-hop's first family finally breaking their silence this morning. Speaking for the first time about this family feud. In a joint statement, jay Z, beyonce and Solange saying, at the end of the day, families have problems. And we're no different. The trio releasing the statement to the associated press, three days after this surveillance video was leaked, showing Solange physically attacking jay Z in the elevator at New York City's standard hotel, moments after leaving a met gala party. ? Crazy right now your love makes me crazy right now ? Reporter: As for what started the infamous fight, there's been crazy theories. But the family is saying, the most important thing is that our family has worked through it. Jay and Solange each assume their share of responsibility for what occurred. They both acknowledge their role in this private matter that has played out in the public. They both have apologized to each other. And we have moved forward as a united family. The family, calling the reports of Solange being intoxicated or displaying erratic behavior, simply false. Continuing, we love each other. And above all, we are family. We've put this behind us and hope everyone else will do the same. ? Say words that don't mean a thing ? Reporter: In the days since the video was made public, the sisters showing their solidarity on social media. Releasing photo after photo of the two of them, all-smiles. And even more smiles from Solange, pictured here in new Orleans this week. And as for that hotel employee who leaked the video, they were reportedly paid a lot of green. But the standard hotel has given them the pink slip. For "Good morning America," Paula Faris, ABC news, New York.
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