Beyonce stayed in a luxurious $10,000-a-night home she found on Airbnb after her performance at the Super Bowl.
The incredible California hideaway boasts five bedrooms and eight baths.
She shared the pictures of the house to Instagram:
But controversy continues over her show-stopping halftime performance. While many are praising it, others are outraged, calling it anti-police.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said he believed it was an "attack" on police officers.
“I think it was outrageous," he told Fox News.
“The halftime show, I thought, was ridiculous anyway. I don’t know what the heck it was. A bunch of people bouncing around and all strange things. It was terrible. This is football, not Hollywood, and I thought it was really outrageous that she used it as a platform to attack police officers who are the people who protect her and protect us, and keep us alive.”
The megastar’s new music video for “Formation,” which was released the night before the Super Bowl, should have tipped people off to what she had planned.
In the video, Beyonce is seen laying on top of a sinking New Orleans police car. In another scene, graffiti that reads “Stop Shooting Us” appears on the wall of an African-American boy in a hoodie, echoing the Trayvon Martin tragedy.
The video triggered the hashtag #BoycottBeyonce as some tuned out during her Super Bowl performance.
"As the wife of a police officer, I am offended by this entire video," wrote one woman on the singer’s Facebook page.
Others posted on Twitter:
But Beyonce’s fans came to her defence:
When she sang about Single Ladies, you were all hailing her as a queen, but now that she's singing about being black it's #BoycottBeyonce?— no one (@Fenetta) February 9, 2016
Beyoncé tried to break racial barriers and speak out about crime on her culture. And instead you come up with #BoycottBeyoncé— KOOL KID (@OshaneBlackwin) February 9, 2016