They recently renewed their wedding vows, seemingly silencing critics about their reported marriage woes. But on Wednesday, Beyonce and Jay Z once again had their union questioned as video surfaced of the couple having an awkward interaction at a recent NBA game.

The 33-year-old Single Ladies hit maker and her rap mogul husband, 44, attended a Brooklyn Nets basketball game together on Monday.

Sitting courtside at the beautiful Barclays Center would be a thrill for any fan, but Beyonce looked none too pleased as they appeared to have a frosty exchange.

The two stars spoke a few words while the Nets welcomed the Oklahoma City Thunder to the arena before Jay quickly turned around and looked up at the scoreboard and adjusted the collar to his sweater.
Then Beyonce bizarrely swayed back and forth with no music on as the 99 Problems rapper awkwardly squinted back and forth up at the HD screen.

For a good part of the game, Beyonce was pictured not smiling with a jacket on her lap and her arms crossed as Jay interacted with fans around him.

Despite seemingly exchanging terse words toward one another, the two did put on a united front as they also smiled for a few photos together as the Nets won the game in a blowout, 116-85.

The apparent spat comes weeks after the couple reportedly renewed their wedding vows at a special commitment ceremony during a family Holiday for Beyonce’s 33rd birthday in September.

There has been rampant speculation of a possible split between the two since May after footage of Beyonce’s sister Solange violently attacking Jay in an elevator surfaced.

Since then there has been a wave of speculation that their six year marriage was on the rocks, including cheating rumours and claims that they slept in seperate rooms while on their joint On The Run Tour.

Last week, there was news that an unauthorized book about Beyonce is being written by J. Randy Taraborrelli, which promises to ‘explore all facets of Knowles’ life.’
The untitled book, which explores everything from her childhood to marriage with Jay-Z, is set to be released in the fall of 2015 by publisher Grand Central Books.