Rachel Roy Angry With Beyonce for Singing about Alleged Jay Z Affair

Rachel Roy

Beyonce may not have named Rachel Roy in her latest album Lemonade, but the signs are All over the place, and Rachel is not amused at all.

The problems started with the release of Beyoncé sixth studio album on Tidal. One of the number’s “Sorry,” Jay Z’s leading lady talks about a cheating lover with the words “He only want me when I’m not there / He better call Becky with the good hair.”

No one is 100% sure who this Becky Person is, speculation is on that it is Roy, the fashion designer. After all, her Instagram post that has since been deleted didn’t do her any favors.

The 42 year old fashion designer knew that Beyonce, 34 was attacking in her latest album, Lemonade. Once again the Jay-Z affair drama from 2014 was stirred right back up — and Rachel was not amused.

Rachel was dead sure; Beyonce was talking about her and fired back herself. Rachel shared a picture with caption blazoned in bold “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always.”

It seems that Beyonce started drama which went horribly wrong, more than what she had anticipated. The lyric from Lemonade does hint about Jay-Z having cheated Beyonce; it was the lyrics from “Sorry” which surprised her fans.

The theme of the song is about a man’s lame apology for his misdemeanor. And the crowning moment is when Beyonce sings “He better call Becky with the good hair.”Not much is left for the imagination.

On a lesser note, talk-show host and famous chef Rachael Ray is facing the wrath of the Beyoncé fans all around the world this weekend. However it was a case of mistaken identity, and the likely target was none other than designer Rachel Roy.

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