When life handed Beyoncé lemons, she made an album.
On Saturday, Beyoncé premiered her hour-long visual album titled Lemonade, featuring 12 new songs with a chilling narrative about infidelity. Do not cheat on Beyoncé, because she will let it be known. She was all, 'OK Jay keep fuckin' around but Imma put you on blast with a whole album of bangers.'
The record details her personal triumph of overcoming the heartbreaking topic at hand after feeling crazy and jealous – much of the theme is her emotional state during the times of duress, but there is one very important detail that offers a rare glimpse into the songstress' personal life... the lyric: "He only want me when I'm not on there / He better call Becky with the good hair."
WHO IS BECKY AND WHY DOES SHE HAVE GOOD HAIR?
The BeyHive believes Becky is a woman named Rachel Roy, a fashion designer and the ex-wife of Jay Z's former friend and business partner, Damon Dash. Hours after Lemonade aired, Roy posted a message on Instagram that seemed to celebrate the rumors:
Fans began hastily commenting with lemon and bee emojis on Roy's social media accounts – to which she counteracted by privatizing her Twitter. But before she left, Roy Tweeted:
I respect love, marriages, families and strength. What shouldn't be tolerated by anyone, no matter what, is bullying, of any kind.
— Rachel Roy (@Rachel_Roy) April 24, 2016
Some mistakenly unleashed their hate onto Food Network's Rachel Ray. Simple spelling error. Understandable.
— jake martinez (@jake_martinez) April 25, 2016
It's unclear whether Lemonade is autobiographical, fantasy or a little bit of both, but either way Beyoncé is taking this to the bank.