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UPDATE: Beyonce’s ‘Lemonade’ Makes Rita Ora Deny Rumors, Iggy Azalea Says Lyrics Are Racist

UPDATE: Beyonce‘s Lemonade has got cheating speculation flying, with the latest victim being Rita Ora. Ora hopped onto Twitter to deny the rumors.


Ora previously sparked rumors that she was to blame by posted a photo on Snapchat in a lemon bra with a “J” necklace.

In the meantime, Iggy Azalea has joined in the backlash by saying Beyonce’s lyrics are racist. The lines of the song “Sorry” state, “He only want me when I’m not there/He better call Becky with the good hair.” Though many people have tried to determine who “Becky” is, Azalea says the term itself is bad news. “Becky” generally refers to a “basic white girl,” so Azalea took offense since she too has had the term thrown at her. A string of tweets included the following:


At least one person is taking a more lighthearted view of Lemonade. James Corden bypassed his usual opening monologue on the Late Show and instead screened a parody of Beyonce’s newest album.

Read more to see the full scoop on Lemonade.

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