Things are getting salty with the Carters. Goddamn, goddamn, goddamn! Between this and the “Flawless” remix, they are having a crazy week. I have never witnessed thirst this real. Maybe the closest I’ve seen to this thirst is that time Farrah Abrahams made a porno but was like, “No, it’s not a porno, it’s a personal sex tape with a high profile porn star and incredible production value!”
Liv, an “aspiring rapper,” has been claiming she was, or better yet, “could’ve been,” Mr. Knowles’ mistress. According to Liv, Jay Z came onto her but she turned him down out of respect for Beyonce. This woman comes up with the best fan fiction, lol.
How convenient of you to come up with a story about the most famous couple in America where you come out looking squeaky clean. Yeah, Jay hit on me but I was too classy for that but even though I respect Beyoncé it’s clear she’s not doing enough to keep bae faithful.
This woman has been on a thirst campaign for attention since last year. This isn’t the first single she released about Jay Z’s flirtations, that one was called “The Invasion Part. 2.” Yeah, OK.
In 2013 she told Hollywood Life, “I would tell Beyonce the drama is unintentional, the respect is real. If you listen to the song, you’ll understand why I came out with the story. I’m not sorry, it happened, but I’m going to express my story in my songs. I do apologize for how you feel — I love her and respect her. The reason I didn’t go there and pursue something with Jay is because of Beyonce. It’s not intentional to hurt her or embarrass her or put her business out there.”
Mhmmmmmm. OK. Even if Jay is cheating he is not a stupid man, he is a very smart man and would not be creeping with a side-boo this chatty or this thirsty for fame. Again, how convenient that you’re an aspiring rapper, how convenient that amidst divorce and infidelity rumors you come along at just the right time to release your single about that one time that Jay Z allegedly hit on you and you didn’t do anything which is the biggest non-story in history. Did I ever tell you guys about the time I didn’t do something?
This woman who allegedly “respects” Beyoncé so much raps about Rita Ora allegedly getting ahead by hooking up with Jay and about how Beyoncé’s sexy lyrics make her a “bad role model” for girls. The song riffs off of OutKast’s “Sorry Ms. Jackson,” which is also interesting considering Bey and Nicki sampled OutKast in the “Flawless” remix. So much shade. Sorry but short of photographic evidence no one is really going to believe you.