Jay Z Confirms that Solange Knew & Admits to Cheating on Beyonce on New Album ‘4:44’
For the past few weeks, rapper Jay-Z has been teasing fans and the media with mysterious 4:44 ads displayed in New York City and Los Angeles, as well as banner ads on the Internet promoting a TIDAL-related project titled 4:44.
A teaser ad was aired during the NBA Finals on June 7 featuring actors Mahershala Ali, Lupita Nyong’o and Danny Glover in a one-minute video, ending in “4:44 – 6.30.17, Exclusively on Tidal”.
And just moments go, the album was released, sending the Internet into an instant frenzy. specifically with opening track Kill Jay Z.
As we are all aware, Beyonce released her critically acclaimed sixth studio album LEMONADE last year, which featured themes of anger and betrayal, causing many people to believe that Jay Z cheated on Beyonce, thanks to the “Becky with the good hair” line in Sorry.
Though they were only allegations, Jay-Z has seemingly confirmed that he did cheat on his wife in Kill Jay Z stating:
“You almost went Eric Benét/ Let the baddest girl in the world get away / I don’t even know what else to say /Nigga, never go Eric Benét /I don’t even know what you woulda done.”
As we all know, Eric Benet famously cheated on his then wife Halle Berry, which lead him to believe that he was a sex addict. The world was shocked as Halle Berry THE MOST beautiful woman in the world at the time, and being cheated on after winning her Oscar was the most saddest thing we had to witness.
Before admitting to cheating on his wife, he also admitted to egging on Solange during the infamous elevator fight that took place during the Met Gala in 2014:
“You egged Solange on /Knowin’ all along, all you had to say you was wrong”
That’s not the only song that finds Jay confessing about his infidelity; on the album’s sixth track, which so happens to feature Beyonce called Family Feud, Jay states:
“Yeah, I’ll fuck up a good thing if you let me /Let me alone, Becky.”
Take a listen to the song and the fill album below: