Rumor Mill: Beyonce Talks Resentment Towards Jay Z

Jay Z and Beyonce

Beyonce doesn’t address her problems she sings about them.

Which is why when she switched the lyrics to “Resentment” at her latest stop in Ohio, the media and fans went crazy.

Despite the rumors of marital problems, Jay Z and his rider hit the ground running with their On The Run tour. Displaying on stage flirtation sealed with kisses of affection, concert goers were eating up the fairytale romance that is Jayonce. However on their most recent stop, Bey remixed the lyrics to her infidelity-inspired song to highlight her marriage to the rapper.

She switched, “I’ll always remember feeling like I was no good / Like I couldn’t do it for you like your mistress could/Been ridin’ with you for six years” to “I’ll always remember feeling like I was no good / Like I couldn’t do it for you like that wack bitch could/Been ridin’ with you for twelve years.”

And she also remixed, “I gotta look at her in her eyes and see she’s had half of me” to “I gotta look at her in her eyes and see she’s had half of me. She ain’t even half of me. That bitch will never be.”

Now if you’ve ever seen Bey perform this particular song live, she gets very emotional and in her feelings. She’s been known to add ad lib curse words here and there, but updating the original number to match her relationship timeline is a first.

She may just be feeling herself but then again its the world’s more powerful woman (according to Forbes) she doesn’t do anything without any reason.

But let us know your take on it, did she let her beehive into her marital problems or is news running slow this week, so the media’s nit picking the Carters.

Press play (on the next page) to hear her confession. 

Jibari Daniels

Hey, my name is Jibari Daniels. I´m a graphic designer/web developer from New York City and I'm a co-writer for Celeb Edition

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