Jay-Z’s ‘Other Women’ Deny Affair Rumors

Jay-Z’s ‘Other Women’ Deny Affair Rumors


The Lemonade drama continues as more women are being pulled into the fray over Beyoncé’s heart-crushing lyrics that seemingly allude to Jay-Z’s infidelity in their marriage.

In one of the songs (“Sorry”), Bey sings, “He only want me when I’m not there. He better call Becky with the good hair.” Fans immediately took that as a call to arms on one of the rumored ‘other’ woman, Rachel Roy.

Angry Bey Hives stormed the fashion designer’s social media and took to posting emojis of lemons and bees and various hate messages.

Even celebrity chef Rachel Ray was caught in the mix as a result of mistaken identity by some excitable fans.

Now, the spotlight has fixed on another. Rita Ora drew attention to herself last Tuesday when she posted Instagram photos appearing to taunt Beyoncé and her album.

In one of the pics, she poses in a bra decorated with lemons, and in another, puts up a poster of the Elizabeth Taylor flick Ash Wednesday – a film about a wife who tries to save her faltering marriage by going through plastic surgery.

The seeming shade at a time Beyoncé fans are highly sensitive of any ‘affair’ rumors led the Hive to zoom in on the “Body On Me” singer and, in loyal fan form, swarm her social media with lemons and bees, too.

Ora has since deleted the contentious photos and denied any connections to Beyonce’s husband with a couple of Twitter posts:

Similarly, Roy has issued another denial on the whole Jay-Z mess. After earlier tweeting “I respect love, marriages, families and strength…,” Roy also released a statement to People mag:

“I want to put the speculation and rumors to rest. My Instagram post was meant to be fun and lighthearted, it was misunderstood as something other than that. There is no validity to the idea that the song references me personally. There is no truth to the rumors.”