Beyoncé might have just called out Jay Z for cheating
Beyoncé and Jay Z's lives have been marred by family problems this year and it looks like the issues might be coming to a head on the couple's On The Road tour.
During a recent show in Ohio, Beyoncé utilized the public forum to get some things off her chest while her husband was, in essence, a captive audience.
The songstress took to the stage in a wedding dress-inspired ensemble and made some alterations to her song, "Resentment," the subject matter of which centers around a woman trying to forgive her cheating husband. And it seemed to be directed at an unnamed woman and Jay Z.
Bey changed lyrics from "I'll always remember feeling like I was no good... like I couldn't do it for you like your mistress could" to "I'll always remember feeling like I was not good... like I couldn't do it for you like that wack b**** could." She also changed the lyrics "been ridin' with you for six years" to "been ridin' with you for 12 years" which could be referencing the first time the couple met and collaborated on the song, "Bonnie and Clyde," 12 years ago.
Queen Bey also added additional lyrics to another part of the song that usually simply says, "I gotta look her in the eyes and see she's had half of me," to, "I gotta look her in the eyes and see she's had half of me. She ain't even half of me. That b**** will never be."
This is not the first time of late that a notable performer has aired their beef with Jay Z by changing lyrics in a song. Last month, while performing at the X Games in Austin, Texas, Kanye West intentionally left Jay Z out of several song lyrics that usually contain his name. Speculation began swirling that the dis was because Beyoncé and Jay Z were no-shows at West's May wedding to Kim Kardashian. Passive aggressive much?
Also in May, Jay Z and Beyonce's sister, Solange Knowles, became the subject of controversy when a video leaked of Solange aggressively attacking Jay in an elevator after the Met Gala. Rumors hung in the air that the alcohol-fueled altercation was because Solange was upset about Jay Z stepping out on Beyoncé.
The next Beyoncé song to be lyrically changed might be "Irreplaceable," because it's certainly starting to sound like Jay Z might be finding all of his belongings in a box to the left pretty soon.