Beyonce Calling Out Jay Z’s Cheating In Lemonade Album?



Just hours after Beyonce shocked the world once again with her release of new album Lemonade, many are now starting to dissect the lyrics!

Bey’s long-awaited sixth album, “Lemonade,” which debuted on Saturday night via an hour-long video documentary on HBO, seemed to have a main theme that focused on her strained relationship with husband Jay Z.

A number of songs on the hot album, including “Pray You Catch Me” and “Don’t Hurt Yourself,” strongly hinted at the rapper’s long-rumored infidelity.  In fact, the video for “Hold Up” featured Bey walking down a street, while using a baseball bat to smash up everything in sight with lyrics that reference cheating.

Meanwhile, on the track “Sorry,” Beyoncé sings, “He only want me when I’m not there/He better call Becky with the good hair.” No word yet on who Becky is!

Just as you might be wondering if divorce is on the horizon for Beyonce and Jay Z, the HBO special took a different turn towards reconciliation. On the raw ballad “Sandcastles,” we get to see beautiful and intimate footage of Jay and Bey showing rare PDA as they hold and caress each other.

Lemonade boasts 12 tracks and features cameos from top celebrities, including Zendaya, Amandla Stenberg, Quevenzhané Wallis and Serena Williams.

The visual album is currently available exclusively on TIDAL. You can listen to the tracks here.