Beyonce's Fans Confuse Rachel Roy with 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!
Click inside to read tweets from confused fans…
I thought Rachel Roy was Rachel Ray. I've never heard of Rachel Roy. I thought it was a typo.
— deray mckesson (@deray) April 24, 2016
Wait…Rachel Ray…Beyonce…Jay-Z..??!!! What is happening here?? Lol
— Your Average Joe (@MrAverage_Joe) April 24, 2016
Definitely thought Jay Z cheated on B with Rachel Ray. That woman can cook
— Tim Flis (@TFlis13) April 24, 2016
Was anyone else confused and thought Jay Z was into Rachel Ray?
— Roberta Goldberg (@GoldbergRoberta) April 24, 2016
Wait. So Rachel Ray was Jay Z’s beard? Shocked. #Lemonade
— Woogy Woogy (@SackOfOnions) April 24, 2016
Can't believe Jay-Z cheated with Rachel Ray. Was juice worth the squeeze? I wonder if she has any recipes for OJ, this joke got away from me
— William Bohl (@BreakTheHuddle) April 24, 2016
jay z cheated on beyonce with rachael ray😳
— végàn plænk (@Mxnds) April 24, 2016
Half sleep reading tweets and I thought folks were saying that Jay Z messed around with Rachael Ray. 😂
— Poligrip da Snowman (@Smallz_BarQley) April 24, 2016
I didn't think Rachael Ray was even Jay-Z's type. That must be some brisket.
— Whitney Haze (@wit_haze) April 24, 2016