Beyonce broke the internet so hard last night that perky lifestyle guru Rachael Ray from “30 Minute Meals” started trending for the weirdest reason.
If you somehow haven’t heard, Beyonce’s new album “Lemonade” dropped on Tidal after its extended music video aired as a special on HBO, causing a bunch of people to throw up their hands and go “Oh my god, fine, I guess I have to get on Tidal now.”
Featuring collaborators like The Weeknd, Kendrick Lamar, Jack White and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, the powerful, brutally honest album is pretty clearly about her husband Jay Z being unfaithful to her.
“You can taste the dishonesty, it’s all over your breath,” she sings in “Pray You Catch Me.” Later in “Sorry,” she says, “Tonight I regret the night I put that ring on.” And in “Apathy,” there’s the repeated phrase “He better call Becky with the good hair.”
The impact of this musical event was almost as incredible as the idea that anyone in his right mind would cheat on Beyonce, of all freaking people.
One of the biggest questions the Beyhive had is: Who the hell is Becky and how can we destroy her? They seemed to get their answer from designer Rachel Roy’s Instagram, where she posted “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. live in the light #nodramaqueens”
Not surprisingly, that Instagram account was reduced to a smoking hole in the ground and has been made private, and Roy is now struggling to hold on to her dignity.
If you’ve never heard of Roy before today, she’s rumored to be the reason Beyonce’s sister Solange attacked Jay Z in an elevator that one time.
She is definitely not Rachael Ray aka the Queen of Brunch, who must be having the weirdest weekend ever after a bunch of confused, angry Beyonce fans attacked her with lemon and bee emojis.
Rachael Ray does have a recipe for lemonade, if you’re interested: