Jay-Z’s clearly got a bitter aftertaste in his mouth. He’s reportedly squeezing his own Lemonade.
An insider has told US Weekly that 46-year-old Jay-Z has started writing songs to tell his side of the personal events that featured in Beyoncé’s Lemonade album.
Whooaa, are you sure Jay? You're braver than us!
But this got us thinking. What is Jay-Z writing about? Like what story will his album tell?
We put our heads together and here are his options:
Option 1) He could take the cute-route and rap about Blue Ivy.
Its no secret he's a sucker for his daughter. However, his only solo studio album since she was born is Magna Cater Holy Grail and that was released just a year after. Blue Ivy won’t be Young Forever, so now is your chance Z.
FYI this is probably the only way he'll avoid p*ssing off the beyhive. But an entire rap album about a toddler? Pfffft...doubt it.
Option 2) With his hand on the Holy Grail, Jay could spill how he cheated on one of the most desirable woman in the world.
He'll admit he gave Bey lemons and that it forced her to make Lemonade. He'll state he deserved the burn he got and he'll call the album Kool-Aid. Track titles to include:
‘Becky and Clyde’
Option 3) He could deny everything, promote his innocence and call Bey a crazy b*tch in the process. Track titles to include:
'Who dafuq is Becky'
'Get off my Shoulder'
'I ain't even got a phone'
Option 4) For perhaps the most dramatic outcome, Jay could hint that Beyoncé had been Unfaithful. Maybe she was even Crazy in Love with someone else? Track titles to include:
'You ain't got no Halo'
'Bonnie and Clive'
Option 5) The most shocking and perhaps ultimate scenario, a Jay-Z / Beyoncé collaboration.
Strangely, this could actually be the most likely outcome. A source recently told Billboard that the power couple have an unfinished song together and may finish the project in the near future. Jay-Z is no stranger to collaborative albums either. His last collab, Watch The Throne, was with Kanye West.
Whilst this would be an awesome twist, it'd also raise suspicions that the whole thing is a very well executed marketing strategy. But even so, would we really care? Probs not.