Rita Ora Accused of Being 'Becky With the Good Hair' From Beyoncé's Album 'Lemonade'

Rita Ora Accused of Being ‘Becky With the Good Hair’ From Beyoncé’s Album ‘Lemonade’

Rita Ora may have better hair than Rachel Roy.

The Beyhive was buzzing on Monday after they found a new target for the subject behind “Becky with the good hair” — a provocative lyric from Beyoncé’s new “Lemonade” album, which was rapidly dissected for its suggestions of infidelity by husband Jay Z.

Ora was quickly stung when she took to Snapchat over the weekend with a sexy selfie, loaded with what fans took as evidence of her being a side chick. The 25-year-old donned a lemon-themed bra and further sparked rumors by wearing a gold ‘J’ pendant necklace.

She upped the ante Monday, stepping out in West Hollywood wearing a carbon copy of the red Gucci blouse-skirt combo Beyoncé wore in her “Formation” video.

The latest star in the Becky witch-hunt and Bey’s beau have history.

The Tidal mogul became a pseudo mentor to the British singer when he signed her to Rock Nation in 2008.

The relationship crumbled by last December when Ora filed a lawsuit against his label Roc Nation, citing lack of support in her budding career and in producing a second album.

The “Coming Home” singer joins Roy, who set social media afire by seemingly responding to Beyoncé’s “Sorry” song lyrics.

“Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always,” she wrote in since-deleted post.

Loyal Bey followers attacked the fashion designer and later fell into formation against Ora, blasting her on several of her Instagram photos.

INSTAGRAM Fans took this photo as evidence that Rita Ora is the "Becky" mentioned on Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” album.
Fans took this photo as evidence that Rita Ora is the “Becky” mentioned on Beyoncé’s “Lemonade” album.

“Rita you r dirt,” wrote one user.

“Becky we found you,” read one of the nicer comments.

Many images, dating back several weeks, simply had comments with the menacing bee emojis that hint at Beyoncé fans’ wrath.


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