Rachel Roy seemingly hits back at Beyonce alleging she had an affair with Jay Z
25 April 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Beyonce recently debuted a new visual album for “Lemonade” on HBO Over the weekend and fans say that most of the songs are about infidelity and relationship issues.
According to reports, in one of the tracks from the album, which were released on Tidal after the HBO special, Beyonce sang about a woman whom she referenced as Becky. Fans speculated that it is Rachel Roy.
The song is entitled “Sorry” and Beyonce sang lines such as: "I see them boppers in the corner / They sneaking out the back door / He only want me when I'm not there / He better call Becky with the good hair.”
Roy has reportedly been the reason why Beyonce’s sister, Solange Knowles, and Jay Z had the infamous elevator fight back in 2014. As per reports and the surveillance video that was released, Knowles was seen yelling and attacking the rapper. A source shared that at that time, “Rachel was being flirtatious.” This was during a gala that the rap star and his wife attended together with Beyonce’s sister.
The source added, " Beyoncé approached Rachel to let her know the behavior was disrespectful and she wanted her out of their lives for good. Solange came over to have her sister's back, and things got heated with her and Rachel. Jay said some disrespectful things to Beyoncé and Solange as the confrontation was going down. That's why all hell broke loose in the elevator and why Beyoncé just stood back and let Solange hit Jay."
Beyonce’s fans were buzzing after Roy took to Instagram to share this message: "Good hair don't care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies , or self truths, always. Live in the light # nodramaqueens ."
It was unclear if this was in reference to the “Sorry” single of Beyonce as Roy again took to Twitter on Sunday to share that she respects, love, marriage, families and strength. She went on to say that bullying of any kind should not be tolerated.
The other people involved in this report are yet to comment.