Breaking the Silence on ‘Becky with the Good Hair’

Breaking the Silence on ‘Becky with the Good Hair’

[Raaz] It seems like only yesterday when the internet unleashed a witch-hunt to put a face to ‘Becky with the good hair.’
Well, the HoneyBeys can go back to work because the “Sorry” songwriter, Diana Gordon, has finally addressed the hype surrounding the infamous lyric interpreted as Jay Z’s alleged affair with a so-called ‘Becky.’
In the process, Rachel Roy and Rita Ora were among the string of women stung by Queen Bey’s fan base. Roy, who received a bigger backlash, released an official statement: “There is no validity to the idea that the song references me personally. There is no truth to the rumors.”

Ora took to social media to try to put the speculation to rest by praising her fellow artist:

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Gordon shut down the buzz by revealing that ‘Becky’ did not refer to anyone in particular. In fact, she found the worldwide uproar by fans to be silly and senseless. Gordon even admitted that she didn’t think Beyoncé expected the controversy, either. Regardless, the BeeHive doesn’t seem to be sorry.

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