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Beyonce's Fans Confuse Rachel Roy with Chef Rachael Ray

Beyonce's Fans Confuse Rachel Roy with Chef Rachael Ray

Fans of Beyonce got confused when word spread that the “Becky with the good hair” lyric on Lemonade was about fashion designer Rachel Roy… because they thought she was celeb chef Rachael Ray!

“He only want me when I’m not there / He better call Becky with the good hair,” Bey sings on the song “Sorry.” Rachel later updated on social media about her “good hair,” leading fans to believe she was the inspiration for the lyric.

Fans then mistakenly went to Rachael‘s Instagram page and left emojis of bees and lemons all over her posts, despite the fact that she has nothing to do with the drama.

One fan who was confused happened to be Black Lives Matter activist Deray McKesson, who is one of the 10 people Beyonce follows on Twitter!

“As part of the behive committee, I would live to apologize to you,” one fan said in a comment on the Instagram page. See below!

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Click inside to read tweets from confused fans…

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Posted to: Beyonce Knowles, Rachael Ray, Rachel Roy

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