Jay-Z Alleged Mistress Reportedly Slams Beyoncé in New Diss Track
Jay-Z and Beyoncé have been “on the run” all summer, but they haven’t been able to dodge the endless rumors about the alleged demise of the marriage.
Now, another rumor is adding fuel to the speculative fire. According to IB Times, Jay-Z’s alleged mistress has released a new song, and she has a lot to say about the Holy Grail rapper and his famous wife.
The song, titled “Sorry Ms. Carter,” was reportedly released by an upcoming female emcee who raps under the stage name Liv. The “diss” record is basically an open letter in musical form.
Liv shared some shocking details about her alleged relationship with Jay. Although the mystery woman made it clear she and the rapper-businessman did not have sex, she did reveal they shared a special “connection.”
“I was gonna respect you,” she said during the introduction of the song.. “But since you crossed over into my lane, it’s time to check you,”Your man? He likes all natural, flawless model chicks like me.”
She started the first verse of the song with a few details about her recent rise to tabloid fame. “I make songs about my life and style, not knowing it would end up in Life & Style.” As the song progresses, she delves into her relationship with the “Tom Ford” rapper sharing a few contradictory details about their time together. Although she insists they never had sex, she alleges they connected through emotional intimacy in a way he never has with Queen Bey.
“Me and Jay never screwed…we connected on some hip hop s–t, he could be himself with me any day that s–t…We were attracted like magnets, us crossing paths was no accident…When I stepped out, I took a piece of his heart.”
The release of the questionable song follows months of speculation about Jay-Z’s alleged affairs. However, their rumored marital problems began making headlines when Jay was involved in a physical altercation with his sister-in-law Solange inside of an elevator back in May. Jay-Z and Beyoncé have yet to confirm or deny any of the rumors.
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