Don't mess with the Queen Bey or you will get stung by the Beyhive. Bad.
How could anyone forget the infamous line "Becky with the good hair" from Beyonce's "Sorry" from the explosive infidelity albumLemonade?
There were many suspects about who this Becky character may be, but Rachel Roy incriminated herself with an Instagram picture of her and a friend laughing captioned, "Good hair don't care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. live in the light. #nodramaqueens."
The photo was posted and deleted the same day the surprise album was released — probably because the Beyonce fans aggressively spammed the post with bee emojis. The Beyhive eventually backed off, but it appears that may have only been to devise a more elaborate revenge plot.
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Allegedly, a fan had hacked into Roy's Gmail, iCloud and even changed her phone number. Roy thencontacted the LAPD, and according to docs obtained by TMZ, blamed Beyonce's loyal followers for the incident. She explained that the hack stemmed from the "good hair" IG post.
The authorities are still investigating, but it doesn't seem like Roy will ever escape the "Becky" title.