Lemonade stands for drama

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HOUSTON, TX - Who would have thought lemonade could cause so much drama?  No, not the delicious and refreshing summer drink. The Beymade Lemonade. As in, Beyoncé’s sixth album.

The songs are really personal. Especially when she addresses all the rumors about husband Jay Z stepping out on her. Remember that bizarre elevator fight between Jay Z and his sister-in-law Solange?  A woman called "Becky" may be the reason for that beat down.

In the song called, “Sorry” on the new album, Beyoncé sings “He only wants me when I’m not there. He better call Becky with the good hair.”

So who is Becky???

She may be fashion designer Rachel Roy the ex-wife to Jay Z`s ex -business partner/manager, Damon Dash.  When Roy posted “good hair don`t care” on Instagram right after the album dropped, B fans thought Roy outed herself and got their hate on. Only problem is, some members of the Beygency thought "Roy" was a typo. They wrongly assumed Becky is famous food chef, Rachael Ray.

Ray’s photo of a pulled beef sandwich got some colorful comments.

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The Beyhive  swarmed Ray`s site calling her a “home wrecker” and asking “how to make a side hoe salad with lemons.”  (Those were the nice ones!)

For the record, Rachael Ray has six lemonade recipes posted online. But she had nothing to do with mixing the album.

Rachel Roy got her share of hateful tweets and has canceled at least one appearance due to a “personal emergency.”

Maybe she`s in hiding! After all, when you mess with the Beyhive, you`re gonna get stung!