Rachel Roy Responds to Beyoncé Fans Accusing Her of Being the Other Woman on Social Media

Becky with the good hair and she knows it.

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The Beyhive is buzzing today!

Last night, Beyoncé graced the world with her new album, Lemonade (opens in new tab)and the entire Beyhive went nuts speculating on who certain songs were about. The album contains a plethora of lyrics that seem to confirm that Jay Z cheated on Beyonce (opens in new tab), including the track, "Sorry," in which Bey sings about the woman her man was unfaithful with, calling her "Becky with the good hair."

Enter fashion designer Rachel Roy, who has long been rumored to be the woman who caused the Solange elevator fight (opens in new tab). Shortly after Lemonade dropped, she posted a photo of her laughing in the back of a car, with a caption that read, "Good hair don't care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. live in the light #nodramaqueens."

Big mistake, Rachel. 

The Beyhive immediately started dropping the lemon emoji — which has joined the bee emoji in signifying all things Beyoncé — all over her comments. Rachel quickly deleted the pic and then made her entire account private:

Additionally, Beyhive members have also been wildly busy on Wikipedia. First, changing her name to Rachel Rat:

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And then, Rachel Side Hoe:

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And then, Rachel's occupation is listed as "Wearing Knee Pads" in this update:

And here she is Rachel "Becky with the good hair" Roy:


As of the publishing of this post, nothing has been done to Jay Z's Wikipedia page. 

Update 4/24/16, 1:45pm EST:

Rachel Roy is tweeting about how she respects love and marriages but does not respect bullying! 

"I respect love, marriages, families and strength. What shouldn't be tolerated by anyone, no matter what, is bullying, of any kind."

Laura Beck is a Los Angeles-based TV writer and frequent contributor to Cosmopolitan.com — her work has appeared in the New York Times, New Yorker, Jezebel, and the Village Voice.