E! just published a story, and whether it is true or not, we're waiting to see - but as expected, we might finally have an answer to Beyonce's Lemonade.
This has taken the world by storm, and has clogged many gossip columns since, but we finally might have the answers we've been looking for, thanks to a couple sources close to E!.
As expected, JAY Z was fully aware of what was about to happen, what would come to light, what would be discussed, allegations of cheating, and how it would all be handled, because he encouraged Beyonce to deal with her hurt in the way she saw fit.
E! also claims that an insider told them "They went to a lot of counseling and have been working on their issues ever since. They had help to get them through it."
We can't forget the elevator incident with Solange, Beyonce's sister, who went after JAY in an elevator, and how Rachel Roy was the center of the controversy. Even still, people from all over are threatening Rachel, her daughter, and even Rachel Ray the chef (those pesky vowels mean everything, don't they?). The insider told E! "It's true, Rachel and Jay were friends and it wasn't seen as appropriate by people who knew them."
After questions of their marriage became public, Beyonce had to find a way to deal with it, which was where her artistry took place in creating Lemonade. E!'s insider says that "He is fully supportive. He understands the reasoning. This is part of the process of being transparent. And they have healed. He has been very humble about the experience. Beyoncé is the love of his life and he will do what it takes."
The E! article also states that "Jay was involved in the creation of Lemonade and knew every song Bey was going to release. He knew the lyrics; he knew the implications. He had to approve the songs before release. Jay is a very smart businessman...Bottom line is that they are both really smart and they both saw dollar signs."
It ends, as many tales do, where Beyonce and JAY stay together and work out their issues, like a married couple is supposed to do. It gives everyone just a tad bit hope that it can be done, if they put in the work, and open up to the pain.
Now, let's all stop attacking Rachel Roy, Rachel Ray, and Rita Ora (really guys). It's been handled by Beyonce Knowles Carter.
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