Damon Dash thinks Jay Z and Beyoncé should have stepped in to clear Rachel Roy’s name following the “Becky with the good hair” backlash that followed Bey’s Lemonade release in April. Dash’s ex-wife Roy was harassed by Beyoncé fans who surmised that she was the “Becky” who had come between Jay and Bey according to the song […]
Now, we've gotten a little more insight into the true nature of the song after "Sorry" songwriter Diana "Wynter" Gordon sat down for an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
Rachel Roy has had a difficult time on social media following Beyonce‘s Lemonade album release—and things just took another turn for the designer. According to reports, Rachel Roy blames Bey-hivers for her email and phone being hacked and believes it was the speculation that she was “Becky with the good hair” that directly led to her […]
Ray actually thought the mix-up was pretty funny.
Clearly, someone was not paying attention to Roy's cyberbullying point, because her private files were allegedly hacked last week.
Rachel Roy denies being "Becky with the good hair."
Shortly after Beyonce released her album "Lemonade," Roy referenced Bey's lyrics about a cheating husband. Coincidence?
Following the backlash Rachel Roy received for implying that she may have had an affair with Jay-Z, the fashion designer canceled a speaking engagement where the topic of discussion was personal branding.
Y'all please Google first. Better yet, stop bullying folks online, King Bey's got this.
Social media simply has no chill. But here are some things you should know about the designer.
Welp, this is definitely not going to end well.
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