Beyoncé believe they found their Lemonade culprit.


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 ******’ 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.”


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:

Some mistakenly unleashed their hate onto Food Network’s Rachel Ray. Simple spelling error. Understandable.

It’s unclear whether Lemonade is autobiographical, fantasy or a little bit of both, but either way Beyoncé is taking this to the bank.


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