After her Washington D.C. concert was delayed by two hours, Beyoncé paid thousands of dollars to keep the local trains running in order to help her fans get home safely after her Sunday night Renaissance World Tour show.
Impacted by a severe storms that resulted in thousands of disappointed fans, Queen Bey took the FedEx Field stadium show stage two hours late. Due to the weather warning and the delayed show, concertgoers were concerned about proper transportation home.
According to the local news outlet ABC7, to help accommodate her fans after the show, Mrs. Carter assumed the cost for extra hours of service from the city’s Metro.
In order to keep 98 stations open, as well as other expenses to ensure that the service could run smoothly, It was reported that Beyoncé spent six figures to cover the cost of running additional trains.
Beyoncé is currently in the midst of the U.S. leg of her world tour, which will wrap up on Octoberm1 in Kansas City, Missouri.