Why was the Beyhive so angry with the TV cook, you ask? No, it wasn't because she substituted extra virgin olive oil for hot sauce in her bag. The singer's stans simply confused Ray with rumored Jay-Z jump off Rachel Roy!
Beyonce sings about being cheated on by a man who "better call Becky with the good hair" in the track, "Sorry". Roy, a fashion designer who's name was mentioned following that infamous Jay-Z/Solange elevator skirmish, posted this quip on her Instagram account:
“Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. Live in the light #nodramaqueens
This is where the confusion came in. Beyhivers were so enraged over the alleged Jay-Z/Roy situation, they started attacking Ray on Instagram! Check out a sampling of the stinging remarks they left on the chef's food-themed posts on the social media site below.
Not today, Satan. Not. Today. The Washington Post collected other volatile messages aimed at Ray from Beyonce lovers. Here's an excerpt from the newspaper's coverage of the case of mistaken identity:
“Oh I loved hot chicken fajitas but I will never make them again after what you did you did to the Queen,” wrote one user.
“Never watchin ur show again Rachel u r a homewrecker!” wrote another.
One commenter, basking in the glory of his own analogy, said: “… you better cook up a new man b4 I roll up with beehive and sting your a** until you go into anaphylactic shock @rachaelray.”
By the power of Greyskull, I have the power to be too through!
In happier daytime-related Lemonade news, talk show hosts and soap stars alike were wowed by Beyonce's effort.
Did you take a sip of Beyonce's Lemonade this weekend on HBO or Tidal? If so, spill enough tea to make an Arnold Palmer in the comments section below!