Hellobeautiful Featured Video
Rachael Ray and Rachel Roy

Source: Getty / Getty

Thanks to Beyoncé’s new album Lemonade, the Beyhive has been out in full effect, pulling anyone and anything into its wrath–even folks who don’t deserve it.

As HELLO BEAUTIFUL previously reported this all started when fans started to speculate who was the “Becky with the good hair” that Beyonce was singing about in “Sorry.” Soon after, folks starting saying that might be Rachel Roy, fashion designer and ex-wife to Damon Dash, who could have been cheating with Jay-Z. Then, those rumors got worse when a few hours after Lemonade dropped, Roy posted on her now private Instagram page, “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. live in the light #nodramaqueen.”

Soon after, folks virtually began snatching off Roy’s edges, but some of the Beyhive forgot how to use Google and placed their anger toward Rachael Ray, the TV chef, sending her way angry tweets and posting ridiculous comments on her Instagram page:

Some comments included:

“Leave Jay Z alone!,”

“Why you do Beyoncé like that?” 

“When life gives you lemons take them from Rachel Ray and give them to BEYoNcE to make that slaymenade”

“You gonna catch the fade too the 🐝🐝 hive loose on my life I’m gonna lay the chicken fried chicken hoe on the side walk for messing wit Queen B!!”

Sigh…That’s just a sampling of the nonsense.

While Ray hasn’t really said much about this massive mix-up, when the rest of the world caught wind to the tomfoolery, they took to Twitter to roast and gag:

In the end, Roy or Ray, cyberbullying is real and it needs to stop. So please be easy with your Twitter fingers and use that energy for something positive. Plus, Bey doesn’t need anyone jumping to her defense. Clearly, after listening to her new album, the King’s got it handled.


The Tea Hath Been Spilled: Here’s Everything We Know About The Rachel Roy, Jay Z Rumors

Afternoon Minute: Is Rachel Roy The ‘Becky’ In Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade?’

Slay! Twitter Loses Its Mind Over Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade’

For 2024’s iteration of MadameNoire and HelloBeautiful’s annual series Women to Know, we knew we wanted to celebrate the people who help make the joys of film and television possible. To create art is to create magic. This year, we spotlight Hollywood Executive’s changing the face of cinema.