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Rita Ora hung out with Beoynce at the Met Gala in New York yesterday (May 2), according to Complex. Ora was accused by some of being the “Becky” Beyonce was referring to on the Lemonade song Sorry.

Ora posted a photo of herself with Beyonce and labeled it “Family” and was also seen wearing a pin that said “Not Becky.”

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(The most recent post in this thread was published April 26, 2016. It is as follows.)

After becoming the second accused “Becky” to have come between Jay Z and Beyonce, Rita Ora took to Twitter today (April 26) to address the rumors.

“I never usually address tabloid gossip but let me be clear, these rumours are false,” the singer writes in a series of posts. “I have nothing but the upmost respect for Beyonce. Let’s continue enjoying Lemonade.”

A lyric on Beyonce’s LEMONADEalbum hinted that Jay Z cheated on his wife. On “Sorry,” Beyonce says, “He only want me when I’m not there/ He better call Becky with the good hair.”

After dragging Rachel Roy through the ringer as Jay Z’s potential mistress, social media pointed to Ora as the “Becky.”

Ora and Jay Z are suing each other after after the singer demanded off his Roc Nation label. He countersued, saying she did not fulfill her contract.

View Rita Ora’s tweets addressing rumors that she is the “Becky” who Jay Z cheated on Beyonce with below:


(This article was first published today [April 26, 2016] at 10:12 a.m. PST and is as follows.)

Why on earth would anyone want to be in the center of the alleged (and suggested) Beyonce/Jay Z affair scandal after Rachel Roy saw her life do a 180° is anybody’s guess, but it’s Rita Ora’s turn to become the talk of Twitter.

The former Roc Nation artist — who is currently embroiled in a lawsuit with the label to boot – was spotted on her Snapchat wearing a lemon-decorated bikini that automatically raised suspicions that she was inserting herself into the eye-popping content on Beyonce’s recently released album, Lemonade.

The record “Sorry” serves as the most alarming of the bunch where she croons “Big homie better grow up…He only want me when I’m not there/He better call Becky with the good hair.”

Shortly after the album made its world premiere on HBO, Roy (who, plot-thickingly enough, is Jay Z’s former business parter, Dame Dash’s ex-wife) posted a photo onto Instagram with the caption “good hair, don’t care” and rabid Beyonce fans showed her no mercy. They attacked her and her teenage daughter to the point where Instagram pages were forced to be private, as well as fucked up her commas in the worst way possible. ET reports that Roy, 42, had to cancel a speaking engagement seminar called “Mastering Your Métier” for Neuehoise NYC out of fear for her personal safety. Even celebrity chef Rachel Ray, got intertwined in the madness, all over a misplaced vowel.

As for Ora, she’s currently being trolled on social media now that the Beyhive’s thirst for honey-coated blood has yet to be quenched.

It should be noted that none of the lyrics on Beyonce’s Lemonade have yet to be confirmed as factual, thus making them simply great art at the moment.