So, in case you missed it, just over a year ago, Queen of everything, Beyoncé released an album that shook the whole world — mostly because the collection of tracks, titled “Lemonade,” seemingly confirmed that hubby JAY-Z was unfaithful.
And now fans are convinced that Jay’s new album is in response to his wife’s disses.
In the early hours of the morning, the rapper dropped his 13th studio album 4:44 via streaming giant, Tidal. And the sixth title instantaneously sent his name trending on Twitter.
The new track, Family Feud, features his wife Beyonce, and one line, in particular, has garnered mass media attention.
Remember when Queen B’s revolutionary album referenced “Becky with the good hair” in the single, Sorry? Of course you do.
Well, it seems JAY-Z’s new apologetic album is in reference to the alleged “other woman.” The lyric in question?
“Yeah, I’ll f–k up a good thing if you let me / Let me alone, Becky”
And of course, the Internet reacted as expected:
Beyoncé gave us Lemonade and JAY Z gave us Tea. pic.twitter.com/AolxIWttZ6
— Beysus † Godga (@BeyLovesGaga) June 30, 2017
Jay Z and Beyonce could be at world war and we wouldnt know until they release a track about it a year later. Real G's move in silence
— Lost Hills (@HitanshuPandit) June 30, 2017
*Jay Z admits to cheating on Bey in his song*
The Whole entire Beyhive:😤😡 pic.twitter.com/aRW0QzbDhq
— Napturally_Breezy (@napturally17) June 30, 2017
Jay Z said It took Blue being born for him to realize the value of his marriage… no wonder Beyoncé made lemonade. She was going THROUGH IT pic.twitter.com/NXqIF8GT16
— Babyboy 💎 (@Drebae_) June 30, 2017
Me tryna vibe to Jay Z album but him cheating on Beyoncé keeps popping in my head pic.twitter.com/k5RrH5EMtt
— 〽️ (@xxMERE) June 30, 2017
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