It didn’t take long for the hive to start swarming, brandishing stingers and lemon-shaped emojis, ready to fight for their queen behind the comfort of their screens.
In droves, they searched the Internet for “her,” the woman Beyoncé accused of cheating with husband Jay Z in a series of songs on the singer’s latest album Lemonade, which dropped online Saturday night.
Clues from their queen were scant, but enough to fuel speculation and gossip. Finally, Beyoncé’s mysterious foe — referred to as “Becky with the good hair” wasn’t just a lyric. She had a real life name.
Rachael Ray, that 30-minute-meal making home wrecker who loves posting photos of her sexy… artichoke burgers?
Oops. Wrong Rachael.