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Beyoncé reunites with sister after elevator brawl

Beyoncé reunites with sister after elevator brawl

CHIME FOR CHANGE:Beyoncé with Gucci's Frida Giannini. Photo: WENN

Pop superstar Beyoncé put on a show of unity with her sister Solange Knowles at a charity event in New York City on Tuesday night just weeks after her headline-grabbing elevator fight with Jay Z.

The “Irreplaceable” hitmaker appeared alongside her sister at the Chime for Change anniversary party in Manhattan. The pair posed for pictures, hugging and smiling, in their first public appearance together since Solange’s now notorious elevator bust-up with Beyoncé’s husband.

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Beyoncé, who has been an advocate for the Gucci charity campaign since its inception last year, also made an impression at the event by announcing plans to donate $500,000 to the cause, according to WWD.com.

Chime for Change promotes education, health and justice for women worldwide.

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