A fashion designer who was once rumored to be Jay Z’s lover took an apparent swipe at his wife, Beyoncé, on Instagram — just after Queen Bey released a new song hinting at the alleged infidelity.
In her new tune “Sorry,’’ released Saturday night as part of a new album, “Lemonade,” Beyoncé sings, “He only want me when I’m not there. Another wrote, “Becky’s gonna have her hair and the whole career gone.’’ The online back-and-forth prompted Roy — the ex-wife of music producer Damon Dash, Jay Z’s former business partner — to quickly change her Instagram account to private.
Somehow, she snuck in a secret marriage to Jay Z that April.
In 2011, Beyonce stole the show at the MTV Video Music Awards when she walked the red carpet and, with the careful placement of her hands, revealed that she was expecting.
In November 2002, before they tied the knot, Jay Z and Beyonce fueled rumors that they were dating by becoming musical collaborators.
Beyoncé appeared on Jay Z's 2002 single "03 Bonnie & Clyde," and he appeared on her single "Crazy In Love" the following summer.
The singer is affectionately referred to as Queen Bey, not in the least because of her heralded work ethic, which is often put to good use on stage.