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Jay Z Addresses Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' Cheating Rumours On 'All The Way Up' Remix

New lyrics allude to the accusations Beyoncé threw at him on her latest album.

25/05/2016 11:52

Jay Z has finally broken his silence, after being accused of cheating on Beyoncé on her latest album, ‘Lemonade’.

The rapper appears on a new remix of the Fat Joe and Remy track ‘All The Way Up’, where he alludes to the cheating scandal that ensued when ‘Lemonade’ was released.

During his verse, Jay raps: “You know you made it when the fact your marriage made it is worth millions. Lemonade is a popular drink and it still is. Survival of the littest.”

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Beyoncé and Jay Z

The track, which is currently only available to stream on Tidal, also features a tribute to Prince, who died last month at the age of 57.

Alluding to lyrics in the Prince hit, ‘Let’s Go Crazy’, Jay continues: “Prince left his masters where they safe and sound, we never gonna let the elevator take him down.”

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Beyoncé on her 'Formation' world tour, where she performs hits from 'Lemonade' as well as some old favourites

Beyoncé unveiled ‘Lemonade’ last month, and several tracks on the album hint at infidelity on Jay Z’s part.

On ‘Hold Up’ she laments that she’s been treated in a “wicked way”, while ‘Don’t Hurt Yourself’ ends with the warning: “If you try this shit again, you gon’ lose your wife.”

However, Bey's most explicit reference to cheating is on ‘Sorry’, a track on which she sings: “He only want me when I’m not there, better call Becky with the good hair”.

The track led to much speculation about who she could be referring to, with a number of women forced to publicly speak out to deny rumours that the track was about them.

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