Becky, is that you?
Rita Ora took to Snapchat on Sunday, April 24, to post a picture of herself wearing lemon-inspired lingerie, immediately prompting Beyoncé’s ever-loyal Beyhive to brand the “I Will Never Let You Down” singer as “Becky with the good hair” — the mysterious mistress named in Bey’s new track “Sorry” from her visual album Lemonade.
In addition to wearing a sheer bra adorned with bright lemon appliques, Ora, 25, dons a “J” pendant necklace in the sexy selfie. To fans of Queen Bey, 34, this all but confirmed that the U.K. native is “Becky.”
Since she added the photo to her Snap story, Ora’s Instagram page has been flooded with hurtful insults, along with bee and lemon emojis, Beyoncé fans’ favored form of attack.
As Us Weekly previously reported, Rachel Roy was the first woman thought to be “Becky.” The fashion designer, 42, drew the ire of Bey’s fans when she posted an Instagram of herself and a few gal pals. “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. Live in the light #nodramaqueens,” she captioned the now-deleted pic.
Not long after, the Beyhive took aim at Roy, inundating her with bee and lemon emojis, along with cutting jabs. Some confused devotees of the Destiny’s Child alum even besieged the social media accounts of TV chef Rachael Ray, whose name is only a few letters off from Roy’s.
In 2014, unconfirmed reports alleged that the highly publicized elevator fight between Bey’s little sister, Solange Knowles, and Jay Z, 46, had something to do with Roy — who used to be a close friend of the younger Knowles, 29.
Beyoncé and Jay Z married on April 4, 2008, in a secret wedding ceremony. Together, they share their 4-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy.
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