Beyonce threw millions of fans for a loop when she seemed to tell the good, bad and the ugly about her and Jay Z’s relationship on HBO’s Lemonade that aired Saturday. But when she discussed possible cheating rumors through her new visual album, stylist Rachel Roy got thrown into the fire, along with an unknowing celebrity chef Rachael Ray.
Beyonce sang in one of the songs that she was cheated on with a “Becky” with “good hair.”
Many fans took this literally and assumed that the singer was revealing something that Jay Z put her through in reality. It didn’t help matters when Roy shared a snapshot during Lemonade with the caption, “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. Live in the light #nodramaqueens”
A photo posted by The Shade Room (@theshaderoominc) on Apr 24, 2016 at 7:12am PDT
It didn’t take long before fans flooded her photo with bee Emojis to represent the Beyhive and dubbed Roy as “thirsty.” She deleted the photo shortly after. But not before her post fueled rumors that Roy really was the reason Beyonce’s sister, Solange Knowles, attacked Jay Z on an elevator back in 2014 (remember that? See the video below).
Rumor had it that Jay Z had cheated on Beyonce with Roy and Solange found out during that year’s Met Gala festivities, which caused Solange to snap on Jay Z in raw footage. Unfortunately for chef Rachael Ray, her name is oddly similar to Roy’s, so many fans attacked her online as well. In Ray’s latest photo of her dog, fans insulted the pet and Ray, thinking that she was the one caught up in the drama.
Today is National Pet Parent Day. This is my 11-year old daughter, Isaboo, celebrating Sunday with her own version of a hot rock massage. I thank our pet kids for making us better humans. A photo posted by Rachael Ray (@rachaelray) on Apr 24, 2016 at 1:23pm PDT
One wrote, “This dog is a homewrecker the whole beehive is about to post up…”
Another wrote, “I thought jay cheated with that Rachel Ray cooking [woman]… I was about to lose my mind”
One chimed in with, “I was about to drag Rachel ray until I noticed it said Rachel ROY. Now someone please tell who this is.
And if you're curious, Lemonade is now on iTunes.