Beyoncé's 2016 album release, Lemonade, went viral for many of reasons. It was awesome. And, it was very, very real. At the time of the release, many fans assumed that the marital strife and infidelity Queen Bey documented on that project was inspired by some real life woes with Jay-Z. And now the proof of that theory is in Jay's latest, 4:44.
As you might recall one of the stand-out moments of Lemonade was when she sang "He better call Becky with the good hair" on "Sorry." The lyric quickly sent the internet on a mission to track down the identity of this Becky character. Well, that still remains a mystery. But we do know one thing: She was real. On the 4:44 track, "Family Feud," Hova confirms her existence: "Yeah, I'll f*** up a good thing if you let me/ Let me alone, Becky."
Vulture points out that Jay seems to issue many responses to his wife's album. One of these moments happens to be when the rapper admits to his side in the unforgettable, caught-on-tape argument with his sister-in-law, Solange, following the 2014 Met Gala. You know, the one that took place in an elevator. “You egged Solange on / Knowin’ all along, all you had to say you was wrong," he raps on "Kill Jay Z."
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