"Fans have long suspected trouble in paradise in the Carter-Knowles home. The Jay Z infidelity rumors finally came to a head at a Met Ball after-party on May 5, 2014, when protective sister Solange physically lashed out at her brother-in-law in an elevator, all while Beyoncé quietly watched. Later reports indicated that Solange might have been expressing some aggression over Jay Z’s “too close for comfort” friendship with designer Rachel Roy, the ex-wife of his ex-pal Damon Dash, and Solange was spotted giving Roy a piece of her mind at the aforementioned after-party. Well, Beyoncé isn’t standing quietly in the corner any longer. Lemonade, Beyoncé’s mysterious Saturday night HBO drop, is a surprise visual album unlike any other (and she would know…she invented the surprise visual album). On the album Lemonade, released on Jay Z's streaming service Tidal on Saturday night, there is a strong theme of adultery throughout and Beyonce makes numerous references to an unfaithful partner. The singer alludes to husband Jay Z cheating on her - but the only clue about the identity of the other woman is the lyric: 'He better call Becky with the good hair.' Hours after an HBO special aired a video accompaniment to the album, Rachel Roy took to Instagram with a picture and a caption that mentioned her ‘good hair.’ http://i.***************/i/pix/2016/04/24/16/337EE33800000578-3556292-image-a-2_1461511074512.jpg ‘Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always,’ she captioned the picture, adding: ‘Live in the light #nodramaqueens.’ The post quickly attracted the attention of Beyonce fans, who left a series of vicious comments on the post, leading Roy to make her account private. 'I think we found "Becky"!' said one comment. Another added: 'You messed with the wrong artist h*.' "