Solange, who is currently promoting her upcoming album called "SoL - AngeL & The Hadley Street Dreams," stopped by The Showbuzz studio in New York, (the same city where the wedding is supposed to have taken place) but made it clear that she wouldn't fess up about Beyonce and Jay-Z's reported matrimonial bliss.
"What brought me to New York was work," Solange said with a timid chuckle. "I am releasing my record, so of course I am out here getting the buzz out, but I don't comment on any of my family's personal lives or even my personal life."
Wedding rumors have been swirling around about Beyonce, 26, and Jay-Z, 38, tying the knot after a five year relationship.
The wedding has not been officially confirmed, however, a source told People.com that the wedding did indeed take place.
Gossip sites showed photos Friday of orchids being delivered to the building and a tent set up on what was said to be the balcony of Jay-Z's (also known as Shawn Carter) home.
Guests began to arrive in the evening, with paparazzi making it difficult for the revelers' Mercedes and SUVs to make their way into the building's garage. Actress Gwyneth Paltrow, a friend of Knowles, was photographed arriving at the scene.
People.com also reported that - according to an unnamed source - Knowles, 26, and Carter, filed for a marriage license in the village of Scarsdale, N.Y., on April Fool's Day.
On Saturday night, R& B singer Mary J. Blige dedicated a song to her tour mate Jay-Z and Beyonce.
By Melissa Castellanos