On Saturday, Beyoncé unleashed her sixth studio album “Lemonade.” Each song on the album comes with a video. But the album did not come with videos only. It also came in with an armload of controversies and a great, uncomfortable history spanning years. One can only wonder if Beyonce just had enough and decided to unload.
TIME claimed Beyoncé’s album rights went to HBO while Tidal got the streaming-music service. As stated by The Guardian, Beyoncé’s Lemonade album is said to be the singer’s personal reflection that seemingly ignited by a lover’s unfaithfulness.
In one of Beyoncé’s new track “Sorry,” the American singer and songwriter mentioned a certain Becky in the lyrics, which go, “Becky with the good hair.” According to E Online, Becky could be referring to the American fashion designer, Rachel Roy.
However, Rachel (the ex-wife of Jay Z’s former business partner Damon Dash) did not react to Beyoncé’s song harshly. But, the fashion designer hit on Instagram to imply herself as the object of Beyoncé’s anger.
The New York City based fashion designer posted, “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. live in the light #nodramaqueens.”
Because of Rachel’s tweets, she has been criticized on social media. Rachel even canceled a forthcoming event and claimed she is experiecing a “personal emergency.”
Beyoncé may still have a strong feeling of displeasure against Rachel because of what took place at the MET Gala in 2014. At the time, a source shared that Rachel was being flirtatious with Jay Z. “Once everyone was in the Boom Boom Room for the after-party, Rachel’s flirtations to Jay Z were elevated,” the source said. “Beyoncé approached Rachel during that time, to let Rachel know the behavior was disrespectful and Beyoncé wanted her out of their lives for good,” the source added.
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