We never saw this coming.
Beyonce’s Lemonade album has been sweeping over the Beyhive nation, and fans have been dissecting it more and more every day. People have become obsessed with figuring out all of the hidden layers of the album, which speaks on infidelities, forgiveness, and more marriage difficulties. But one thing has their brain turning into mush: The infamous line, “better call Becky with the good hair,” has fans in stitches as they speculate who the line could be about. Well, it looks like there are some answers coming to the surface.
Fans believed Beyonce was exposing her husband’s cheating ways
Many who listened to Bey’s Lemonade album are still convinced that she was calling him out on his past infidelities. The project paints a story of her catching her husband cheating, and then learning to forgive him in the end. The Beyhive took to social media to rip rapper Jay Z apart, believing that the stories told in the album’s lyrics were true.
The “Becky with the good hair” line
Fans are still going hard to try and figure out who “Becky with the good hair” is, and have even garnered up their own suspects. Many believe that “Becky” is referring to Rachel Roy, who has been the rumored mistress of Hov for years, as she was a Roc-A-Fella intern back in the day. The Beyhive was able to hack her iCloud account, and even change her phone number.
It turns out that the line wasn’t even written by Bey
Fans can rest easy finally, as songwriter Wynter Gordon, who now goes by Diana Gordon, is responsible for the line making its way to Beyonce’s album. She told Entertainment Weekly about the line’s controversy, “I laughed. Like this is so silly. Where are we living? I was like, ‘What day in age from that lyric do you get all of this information? Is it really telling you all that much, accusing people?'”