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Jay Z planning tell all album about Beyonce

The rapper is set to tell his side of the story in a new album detailing the reports of his alleged infidelity

By Carmen Lichi
NEVER let it be said Jay Z doesn’t know how to make lemonade out of...Lemonade.
The music mogul, 46, is planning his very own musical therapy - a tell-all album about his eight year marriage to Beyonce – in particular, the rough patch they went through over his alleged infidelity.
“Jay is working on an album telling his side of things," explains a source close to the couple, who are parents to four-year-old daughter Blue Ivy.
News of Jay-Z’s record comes after Beyonce, 34, shocked fans with the HBO video special and album Lemonade, addressing long-standing rumours about her husband, with lyrics like “This is your final warning / You know I give you life / If you try this s t again / You gon’ lose your wife.”
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During the 60-¬minute art film, Queen Bey unveils a deeply personal journey of betrayal and reconciliation, culminating with a final image of her and her husband, who are now "better than ever," according to a source close to the couple.
The controversial album comes nearly a year after the infamous Elevatorgate incident. In May 2014, celeb website TMZ leaked footage of Beyoncé’s sister, Solange Knowles, attacking Jay Z in a New York City lift at a Met Gala after-party.
At the time, sources claimed Solange, 29, took a swipe at her sister’s man because the rapper had been flirting with one of his alleged conquests, designer Rachel Roy.
Both Rita Ora (left, with Jay Z at the 2015 Grammys) and designer Rachel Roy (right) have denied they are the 'Becky with the good hair' referenced in Lemonade
While Rachel has denied any wrongdoing, it hasn’t stopped rumours that she is the “Becky with the good hair”.
The description references the Lemonade track “Sorry,” a song about a husband’s affair and an ensuing confrontation and rebuttal.
Rumours went into overdrive when fans spotted Rachel’s recent social media post: “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. live in the light #nodramaqueens,” read the ‘gram caption. The post has since been deleted.
Watch: Beyonce talks about her connection with Jay Z

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