Has Jay Z Apologized to Beyoncé for Cheating on Her? - CelebSugar

Has Jay Z Apologized to Beyoncé for Cheating on Her?

Jay Z has not officially responded to the claims made on the album but a recent skit has made its way to the internet and has a very convincing voice apologizing to Queen Bee in the most hilarious way possible.

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few months, then you know all about the drama that has been surrounding Beyoncé and Jay Z. When Beyoncé released her new album, Lemonade, she shocked the world by letting everyone in on a little secret; Jay Z had cheated on her in the past. Beyoncé renamed the woman that he cheated on her with by referring to her as “Becky with the Good Hair” on the album. Although it may have come to shock to many fans, there were others who had their suspicions confirmed.

Whether you knew about it or not, it is still a bit hard to believe that the power couple has had this going on the background. Jay Z has not officially responded to the references in the album, but there has been a recent Funny or Die skit that has him apologizing to Queen Bee. The skit is titled I Gave You Lemons, which is an apparent reference to the title of the album. Jay Z has not said that it is him in the skit but the fake voice sounds a lot like Jay Z. In fact, many people are saying that it sounds exactly like him.

The skit is an hour long parody and if you have not see it yet, it is quite funny and worth the time. Since Jay Z has not publicly released any statements, whoever wrote the parody had to be very creative with the response and his portrayal in the skit. In the skit, there is a “fake” Jay Z voice apologizing to Beyoncé, random pictures of nature, and random videos of nature. All in all, it is a strange skit but very funny.

For now, this is the only “apology” that we have and for Queen Bee fans, it will not be enough. We will just have to wait and see if Jay Z ever releases a real apology or wait to see if the album is an accurate depiction of their marriage. If it isn’t, no apology is needed. We may never know.