Jay-Z Admits to Cheating on Beyoncé, Drops a Becky Reference, and Mentions Their Miscarriages in His Personal New Song

On his new album '4:44.'

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Early Friday morning, Jay-Z released his 13th studio album, 4:44. The album is currently a Tidal exclusive, but fans have taken to social media to express their first impressions on all 10 tracks. One in particular has caught people's attention right away.

"Family Feud," the sixth song on the album, features none other than Queen Bey on the track, providing some extra vocal oomph. Given the name, you might expect a lighthearted track about the struggles of raising a family together under the harsh spotlight of fame. But one section of the lyrics seems to directly address the rumors of infidelity (and then forgiveness) that were tied to Beyoncé's monster (and full of multitudes) fifth album Lemonade.

The lyrics in question go:

"Yeah, I'll fuck up a good thing if you let me / Let me alone, Becky"

Twitter can take it away from there.

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Jay-Z and Beyoncé baring their souls into their art >>>>>>>>> your faves working through their public relationships. Luckily, the rapper spends the album's title track apologizing to his billionaire better half.

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