Beyoncé dedicates song to husband Jay Z amid Lemonade speculation

Her marriage has been the target of huge speculation since the release of her sixth studio album last week, thanks to its hard-hitting lyrics about betrayal, but Beyoncé has assured fans she and Jay Z are still very much in love.

Beyoncé treated the world to visual album Lemonade on Saturday, and many were quick to point the finger at 46-year-old Jay after hearing her sing about a man who cheated with 'Becky with the good hair' on track Sorry.


Beyoncé made it very clear things are great with Jay Z

But Beyoncé used the opening night of her Formation World Tour to end the allegations. Before performing her stunning ballad Halo, the former Destiny's Child singer told the audience: "I want to dedicate this song to my family. Thank you guys for supporting me. I wanna dedicate this song to my beautiful family. I love you so much, Blue. I love you so much."

And Beyoncé told a cute story about their four-year-old daughter, continuing: "We were driving to rehearsal today and she said, 'Mummy, are we going to your work?' And it reminded me that I dreamed of this day my whole life."

She dedicated a song to Jay and their four-year-old daughter Blue Ivy

Shortly after the Crazy in Love singer dropped the album, speculation began regarding the true identity of Becky. Both Rachel Roy and Rita Ora put themselves in the frame with respective cryptic posts on Instagram, but have since denied any involvement.


But their denials only came after being subjected to swarms of negative comments from 34-year-old Beyoncé's fiercely loyal fan base, collectively known as the Bey Hive. If anybody disrespects their idol, their known method of 'attack' on social media is to fill that person's accounts with hundreds of bee emojis and scathing remarks.

Making it very clear she appreciates her fans' passion and dedication to her, Beyonce also made sure to give the Bey Hive a special shout out during the concert.

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