As fans discuss whether or not Jay Z cheated on Beyoncé, the “Lemonade” singer is basking in all the attention she has received from her new album, Hollywood Life wrote in a new report Thursday. For years, it’s been rumored that the celebrity couple would call it quits, yet they remain united in the face of controversy.
One of the main lines that got people talking was: “He only want me when I’m not there/He better call Becky with the good hair.”
People are reacting just how the “Formation” star wanted. “Beyoncé is loving all the talk that is coming from the Lemonade fallout, and she wants it to continue forever. She doesn’t want to tell people if they are right or wrong in their assumptions; she wants people to continue guessing,” a source told Hollywood Life.
Beyoncé never gives away “Becky’s” true identity in the album, which has led people to accuse “Black Widow” singer Rita Ora and fashion designer Rachel Roy of having an affair with Jay Z. The anonymity of Becky is another thing crafted by Beyoncé.
“She wants to make this her version of Carly Simon‘s ‘You’re So Vain,’ and she wants it to last and have people continue to ask questions about it for the rest of her life.” For those who don’t know, Simon didn’t reveal who the 70s hit was about until recently. She said it was about three men mushed together, one of them being actor Warren Beatty.
As mentioned earlier, divorce rumors for Beyoncé and Jay Z are not new. When they went on vacation to Italy for the singer’s 34th birthday, they were accused of displaying “fake” affection. "This kiss is so fake because when you really kiss someone, your head tilts to the side more, which shows intimacy and passion. These two are making sure to get their entire face in the frame,” body language expert Dr. Lillian Glass told Radar Online in September. “Also, look at Jay Z's facial expression. He is clearly very unhappy."
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