Beyonce has been publicly humiliated by her husband Jay Z‘s mistresses after she exposed his cheating ways in her HBO movie, Lemonade, on Saturday.
In her song titled “Sorry,” Beyonce sings, “He only want me when I’m not there / He better call Becky with the good hair.”
First to disrespect Bey was fashion designer Rachel Roy who posted an Instagram image acknowledging she was Becky.
In street parlance, ‘Becky’ refers to white women or fair skinned women. It stems from Sir Mix-A-Lot‘s hit song, “Baby Got Back”, in which a woman says, “Oh, my, God Becky, look at her butt”.
‘Good hair’ simply means hair that doesn’t have to be fried, lyed, or hot combed to be manageable.
British singer Rita Ora also taunted Bey by posting an old image of herself wearing a bikini top with lemons strategically placed over her nipples.
The 25-year-old singer was also photographed wearing the exact same red Gucci shirt and skirt outfit that Beyonce wore in her music video for “Formation.”
Both women backed off quickly when Beyonce’s crazed fans, “the BeyHive”, swarmed all over their social media profiles like killer bees.
I told you previously about rumors that Ora allegedly bedded Jay Z whenever she came to America. It’s no coincidence that Ora looks like a younger version of Beyonce.
One of Ora’s former associates, Richey Collazo, took to Twitter.com to allege that she bragged often about sleeping with the 47-year-old rap tycoon.
So far, Ora has not responded to Collazo’s allegations.