The married pair linked on-stage in Johannesburg for a reported two-hour-long set but their stream was cut off just 25 minutes in.
When the stream then lipped over to a rerun of Ed Sheeran and Pharrell’s performances from earlier in the day.
The most upset situation with global situzen live stream they just cut off beyonce performance..😠https://t.co/xadqrKCKxE— Alina Turbo (@TurboAlina) December 2, 2018
beyonce's wearing some of her best looks tonight and she cut the live stream pic.twitter.com/29NZQf4fuX— bye (@dyingsince97) December 2, 2018
Beyoncè cut the live stream off like my bill was overdue pic.twitter.com/AdNTzxi9Nf— J A S O N (@_ja_s_on_) December 2, 2018
They cut the Beyoncé live stream I’m THROUGH pic.twitter.com/qJJlWIJZYp— 📣 (@jrgllntp) December 2, 2018
Beyoncé to Chris Martin suggesting they should stream the whole show on YouTube and put a donation button there pic.twitter.com/sSsaiLX75i— g💕 (@ggeordiesnore) December 2, 2018
Organizers for the event announced earlier in the day that the livestream would be cut of during Jay and Bey’s set.
“Dear Viewers, Please note that SABC1 will be showing 25 minutes of the Carters’ part of the @GlblCtzn show,” a statement read. “Beyonce & Jay-Z’s full show remains exclusive to those who earned their tickets.”
Guess those who were there will be the only ones to truly experience an insane On The Run set. We’re certainly jelly of them.
Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100