She put suspicions to rest by posing with a lemon bra and a necklace that resembled a “J” from years ago.
After six years, the public is still interested in a contentious Beyoncé song lyric. The megastar’s No. 1 album, Lemonade, which featured her hit track “Sorry,” was released in 2016. Bey refers to “Becky with the nice hair” as a reference to a woman whose lover cheated within the song, which is about a woman who was tired of her relationship.
Furthermore, there have been rumors on the subject of the line. Several well-known women have been named, including Rita Ora, who categorically denies that she is the subject of the rumor.
Ora was asked about wearing a “J” necklace soon after the release of “Sorry” during her interview on Louis Theroux Interviews. The audience assumed the singer was taking a subtle shot at Beyoncé’s bar because she was also sporting a blouse with a lemon design on it.
Ora retorted, “Oh my god, that was a coincidence.” “I swear, I didn’t even consider it. And that was an R, not a J. When they turned it around, it took on the shape of a J.
Theroux then questioned Ora if she had chosen the attire specifically to spread rumors.
“No, it didn’t… No, that was a design I came up with while working with Tezenis, a company that makes underwear.
“Man, this is what I mean. A grain of salt,” said Ora. “Everything should be taken with a grain of salt. And that’s the insane part. I was forced to endure it until my dear friend Katy Perry presented me with a humorous badge that read “not Becky.”
When “Sorry” initially appeared, rumors about the ghost “Becky” were rife. The Knowles-Carters are close friends of Gwyneth Paltrow, and it has been reported that she cheated on Jay-Z. Some think Beyoncé didn’t have a specific individual in mind, while others thought it was Rachel Roy, Dame Dash’s ex-wife.