11 items from 2016
Rachel Roy Shortly after “Lemonade” debuted, Roy took to Instagram and captioned a photo, “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. Live in the light #nodramaqueens.” When people accused her of being Becky, she denied the rumors and said the photo was supposed to be a joke. Rita Ora On the same night as “Lemonade” was released, Ora shared a picture of herself wearing a lemon-adorned bra and a necklace with the letter “J.” When people accused her of being Becky, she addressed the rumors, stating “these rumours are false. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
When Beyoncé dropped her album Lemonade, it was rightfully praised as a huge artistic achievement, one brilliantly orchestrated (and marketed). It’s already become an anthem for women done wrong and moving on. However, it also started the hunt for the, “Becky with the good hair” and people wondering who the heck her husband Jay Z cheated with. Entire articles have been written about who the so-called Becky could be. Then there was the whole thing about whether being called a “Becky” is a slur or not. (The answer is a big no. I do though feel sorry for women
- Joy D'Angelo
Barack Obama attended his eighth and final White House Correspondents' Dinner Saturday night in Washington, D.C., and the president made sure to go out with a bang by delivering a biting 20-minute speech that ragged everyone from the media and Congress to presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. "Next year at this time, someone else will be standing here in this very spot, and it's anyone's guess who she will be," Obama joked about his possible successor.
The president took special aim at Republican frontrunner Trump throughout his speech, »
As soon as Beyonce's Lemonade premiered on HBO, changing the lives of Beckys With The Good Hair worldwide, we knew it would provide ample fodder for late night talk shows. And so we were quickly treated to Stephen Colbert White Mansplaining it to us and James Corden's "visual monologue." Seth Meyers took a little longer to get in formation, but may have come up with the best one so far. The women in Meyers' office, inspired by Queen Bey, are taking baseball bats to glass doors, flipping off everyone, commandeering the conference room table and covering it with flowers and shabby chic chairs, and blowing up Meyers' office, destroying all of his comic books. All this and Meyers being called a "bitch boy," below: »
- Sara Morrison
Since Beyoncé dropped her new album, Lemonade, last week, fans have worked hard to decipher her heartfelt lyrics, while a few stars have come forward to let the public know that they aren't featured on the project. In the wake of "Becky With the Good Hair"-gate, Beyoncé's father, Mathew Knowles, spoke to E! News on Tuesday and offered up an interesting theory about the hidden meaning behind some of the songs on Lemonade. "Let me tell you who she's talking about, can I tell you who she's talking about?" The 64-year-old asked before saying, "She's talking about you. You put that in context for you personally. She's talking about you and everybody that is you, that's who she's talking about." He went on to talk about how Lemonade "relates to everyone," adding, "Every one of us have been disappointed before and have had to go through the grieving process of anger and, »
- Brittney Stephens
Beyonce’s “Lemonade” took everyone by surprise, and then immediately, by storm. There is a lot to dissect in the pop star’s secret HBO special and album release, which seems to give credence to allegations that husband Jay-z cheated on her. Thankfully, Stephen Colbert is here to “white-mansplain” the whole saga to us. “I know you’ve been waiting for a white man to explain it to you,” the CBS “Late Show” host said Monday during his monologue. “The waiting is over.” Also Read: James Corden Becomes Beyonce in 'Lemonade' Spoof (Video) Colbert then broke down “Becky With the Good Hair, »
- Tony Maglio
Rachel Roy is finally addressing those "Becky with the good hair" rumors. In a statement released exclusively to People, the celeb-favorite fashion designer denied that she is the woman at the center of the Jay Z cheating rumors - which were sparked by Beyoncé's new album Lemonade. Roy is speaking out after three days of intense speculation that began with a now-deleted Instagram post. "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," she said. "There is no validity to »
- Alex Apatoff and Andrea Park
Rachel Roy is finally addressing those "Becky with the good hair" rumors. In a statement released exclusively to People, the celeb-favorite fashion designer denied that she is the woman at the center of the Jay Z cheating rumors sparked by Beyoncé's new album Lemonade"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," she said. "There is no validity to the idea that the song references me personally. There is no truth to the rumors." Roy, 42, continued: "Consequently, online haters »
- Alex Apatoff and Andrea Park
Beyonce’s foray into arthouse filmmaking with “Lemonade” still has the Internet abuzz, even two days after its premiere on HBO.
The 60-minute “visual album” has set off a digital scavenger hunt among fans, both hardcore and casual.
The “Lemonade” storyline about a woman’s ride on an emotional roller coaster after being betrayed by the love of her life has off a tidal wave of speculation about how much of the material was drawn from Beyonce’s own experience in her marriage to music mogul Jay Z. Rachel Roy, a woman alleged to have been linked romantically to Jay Z, was swarmed on social media by angry Beyonce fans amid speculation that she’s the “Becky with the good hair” referred to in one of the songs addressing the pain of infidelity.
Roy fanned the flames herself by posting on Instagram: “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, »
- Cynthia Littleton
Once again, Beyoncé has left fans with more questions than answers. Saturday night, the Grammy winner released her sixth studio album, a highly anticipated new visual album called Lemonade packed with deeply personal revelations, including allegations that husband Jay Z has cheated on her. In her song "Sorry," Beyoncé is anything but sorry as she tells her man he "better call Becky with the good hair." The Beyhive quickly scoured anything and everything for clues as to who the rapper's mistress could be until they landed on Rachel Roy, a longtime rumored lover of Jay Z. The fashion designer shared a selfie on Instagram, captioning the shot "Good hair »
Rachel Roy seemingly trolled Beyonce after the Saturday night release of her new album Lemonade. One of Beyonce's singles is called "Sorry," about a man cheating on his wife with a woman named "Becky with the good hair." Not long after the release of "Sorry," Roy ignited a firestorm by posting on Instagram, “Good hair don’t care." See a screenshot of Roy's post here. »
- Gossip Cop Staff
11 items from 2016
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