Beyonce might just have taken her husband's alleged affair rumours a notch higher with the lyrics of songs from her new album "Lemonade." The singer dropped the album on April 23, after her HBO special, and it reportedly indicates and gives away numerous clues that Jay Z cheated on her.
Did Jay Z cheat on Beyonce? This is one question that has been running through the minds of fans after they heard the lyrics from her latest album. Hollywood Life has listed out lines from songs that narrate the story of the heartbreak and dishonesty that Beyonce experienced.
Here are a few lines that have got the fans thinking:
"Don't Hurt Yourself:" "This is your final warning / You know I give you life / If you try this sh*t again you gon' lose your wife."
"Hold Up:" "I smell your secrets and I'm not too perfect to ever feel this worthless."
"Pray You Catch Me:" "You can taste the dishonesty."
"Sorry:" "Today I regret the night I put that ring on / He always got them f***ing excuses.....He only want me when I'm not on there / He better call Becky with the good hair."
And while fans were curious and are still speculating who exactly "Becky" in this context was, there was one person who knew that Beyonce was throwing shade at her. And it was Rachel Roy, the fashion designer with whom Jay Z allegedly had an affair back in 2014. In another report, Hollywood Life revealed that Roy was very upset about getting dragged into a drama this way, and apparently fired back by posting a picture of herself, which was captioned: "Good hair don't care."
"Rachel is so upset that she was called out and had to make her Instagram private from all the backlash. Becky is totally a reference to her, that's what BeyoncÃ© refers to her as and she is furious BeyoncÃ© would do this," a source said.
Not just this, the designer also slammed Beyonce's accusations and denied cheating claims, by expressing it on twitter. According to the website, the designer's tweet, which goes to say, "I respect love, marriages, families and strength. What shouldn't be tolerated by anyone, no matter what, is bullying, of any kind," is a clear comeback to Beyonce's insult, for calling her "Becky with good hair" in the song "Sorry."
It looks like a series of songs that are more like breakup tunes, seem to be narrating the relationship drama revolving around Beyonce, Jay Z and Rachel Roy.