Â Rachel Roy pulled out of an event scheduled for Monday, April 25, due to a â€œpersonal emergencyâ€ amid speculation that she is referenced in a track on Beyonceâ€™s new album, Lemonade.
The fashion designer, 42, was scheduled to speak at a seminar for people in creative industries but after the bomb that was Lemonade, she’s uh, not doing that. Also, she made her instagram page private after posting a cryptic now-deleted post that mentioned â€œgood hair donâ€™t careâ€ a reference to Bey’s song. Rumors swirled back in 2014 that Roy was the cause of the mysterious elevator fight between Jay Z and Solange Knowles, and now it allll feels like it’s coming together.
â€œDue to a personal emergency, Rachel Roy has had to cancel this eveningâ€™s event. Our apologies for any inconvenience,â€ an event rep told Us Weekly hours before the conference.
Over the weekend, Roy was bullied and criticized by BeyoncÃ© fans who believe the pop superstar, 34, alluded to the stylist in her track â€œSorry,â€ which slams a lover for being unfaithful with a woman who she calls â€œBecky.â€ BeyoncÃ©, who is married to Jay Z, sings in the track, â€œHe better call Becky with the good hair.â€
Woah. I’m going to need some time to process alllll of this. Have you seen Lemonade? DAMN. WEIGH IN BELOW!