Beyonce was fired up about social issues during the Super Bowl halftime show, but she was nothing but zen before and after ... because the house she rented is the picture of tranquility.
The estate is located in Los Altos Hills ... about 30 minutes from Levi's Stadium. The $50 million home sits on 12-acres ... self-sustaining with 5 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms.
The neighbors got wise to the famous renter after a police motorcade with blacked-out SUV windows were traversing the area.
Beyonce posted a picture of herself inside the house to her social media accounts.
The rental -- which goes for $10k a night on Airbnb -- has a rooftop vegetable garden, an orchard and live chickens! Of course, it comes with an infinity pool, game room with a pool table and a fitness center.
Here's UFC star Paige VanZant playfighting with 2 other MMA chicks in a Vegas casino ... in tiny black dresses.
Paige -- along with Cynthia Calvillo and Kyra Batara -- hit the Vegas club scene Saturday night ... and decided to do a little slap boxing to pump themselves up before rollin' through Surrender nightclub at the Encore hotel.
That Prius Super Bowl commercial rubbed cops the wrong way -- not because it made high speed chases look like good, clean fun ... but because it's a big fat lie!
Several law enforcement sources tell us the Prius spot was hysterically unrealistic. One source said, "Loved it, funny as hell ... like a Prius is going to outrun anything."
Other reviews included: - "overdone" - "silly" - "you can't outrun a helicopter"
They've got a point. The new Prius 4 tops out around 105 mph, while a police cruiser can do at least 120 mph -- and their 0-60 times are a laughable 10.5 seconds compared to 6 flat.
Now, a few sources were concerned about the ad's overall message, saying ... "I had to tell my kids running from cops is a bad thing." But the overall take on Prius' attempt to look worthy of a felony -- "goobery and dumb."
Beyonce made a stirring political statement during the Super Bowl halftime show, in what appears to be a tribute to the Black Panthers, a '60s group that advocated violence to correct racial injustice.
The singer was flanked by backup dancers who wore berets, similar to the berets worn by the group. They also raised their fists, symbolic of the Black Power movement.
At one point the dancers posed with a sign that read "Justice 4 Mario Woods," the man shot and killed by San Francisco cops.
The dancers on the field also formed an "X" on the field, which seemed symbolic of civil rights militant Malcolm X. Beyonce also had a strap on her chest in the form of an "X" -- but that looks like a homage to Michael Jackson's '93 Super Bowl show.
Tina Knowles posed with the dancers, fists raised high. It's not only a symbol of the Panthers, it's also a gesture used by Tommie Smith and John Carlos during the '68 Olympics.