Poor Rachael Ray. The celebrity chef fell victim to a case of mistaken identity earlier today that left her social media accounts a broken shambles of bee and lemon emojis. You see, Beyoncé dropped her new album Lemonade last night and on said album there’s a song titled “Apathy,” where she goes into attack mode against a lover who left her scorned. Along the way she referenced someone named “Becky with the good hair,” that said lover can run to.
Through a cryptic post on Instagram, it was deduced that the “Becky” that Beyoncé was referencing was fashion designer RACHEL ROY. See where I’m going with this yet? Through a series of misplaced vowels, Beyoncé’s most ardent supporters, known collectively as the Beyhive, went all the way in against RACHAEL RAY, @ing her with nasty comments on Twitter and dropping thousands of emojis all over her Instagram.
— Stephen Dacres (@SRDtv) April 24, 2016
Rachael Ray gonna be out here thinking people want her to cook with honey and lemon more. pic.twitter.com/y13olLzkI3
— alex tumay (@alextumay) April 24, 2016
idk i’m keeping my eye on rachael ray too JUST IN CASE
— pilot (@pilotbacon) April 24, 2016
— celine (@mileysliar) April 24, 2016
— bart (@bart_smith) April 24, 2016
How could you do this to Beyonce, @rachaelray?
— Kiva (@ThatsSoKiva) April 24, 2016
Rachael Ray just tryna make some Tournedos Pizzaiola served on warm and crusty ciabatta bread she doesn’t deserve this slander
— TheThirdPew (@NathanZed) April 24, 2016
Next time you plan on sticking up for someone at someone else’s expense, at the very least, make sure you get their name right.
wow! We knew Beyonce was powerful but this is crazy!
— rachael ray (@rachaelray) February 4, 2013