Held on Mother's Day, the event saw celebrity mothers Beyoncé, Alicia Keys and Tina Knowles-Lawson rub shoulders with slain teen Michael Brown's mother, Lesley McSpadden, and the family of recently murdered Baltimore native Freddie Gray.
Bey and Jay also took some private snaps with Gray's folks while at the live show, which saw Prince take the stage to debut his new tribute song titled "Baltimore." Prince asked attendees to wear gray to pay tribute to the fallen 25-year-old and the Carters obliged with Bey rocking a gray snake-skin printed 'fit and Jay donning a gray tee.
Queen Bey recently showed her support to the people of Baltimore in April, urging her loyal BeyHive to donate to the NAACP to help provide housing, food and clothing to those affected by the riots and protests in the city.
Prince's Rally 4 Peace concert was streamed for free on Jigga's new streaming service TIDAL.
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