Beyonce obviously got the nickname Queen Bey for a reason, and after ‘Lemonade’, she totally deserves it — even Jay Z thinks so! Despite the controversy surrounding the latest album, he is calling his wife’s new music a ‘masterpiece’.
Beyonce, 34, has truly outdone herself with Lemonade. The singers newest album is a true work of art. Despite all the shade and controversy she threw at Jay Z, 46, he’s calling his wife’s work a “masterpiece.” Beyond all the cheating drama, he recognizes that this may be Beyonce’s best work yet. An insider shares all the details exclusively with HollywoodLife.com!
Jay Z must understand that this album is bigger than him, it’s a message to women everywhere to uplift and empower. “Beyoncé’s album is about transparency and healing. It’s about a lot of heavy subjects including how women are disrespected and how they should empower themselves, but it’s also about resolution,” an insider spilled to us. While there have been rumors of a cheating scandal for a while, it was bold for Beyoncé to address them in such a public way. Especially considering her husband is such a high profile musician himself, but that explains why he is so understanding about the album.
Musicians have always used their music as a way to heal and get over the terrible things that have happened to them, and Beyoncé fueled it into one epic album. Even if that means dirtying her husband’s reputation a little in the process. “For Beyoncé, making this album was a therapeutic and empowering experience, set with the intention of strengthening her marriage,” continues the source.
Apparently that is exactly what the album is doing, because Jay Z has nothing but kind feelings about it. “Jay Z is not surprised with album’s success,” says the source. “He knew the impact it would have on the public and on them as a couple. He doesn’t plan on discussing the album. It’s Beyoncé’s masterpiece, which is how he has described it. Despite the controversy, he’s proud of her artistry.”
Aw! Okay he wins a little bit of brownie points for that. It’s a beautiful thing when they value art and truthfulness over hurt feelings and bad blood. It makes this album even more authentic and relate-able. Let’s just hope this is the last time she has to do this, and that is the end of “Becky with the good hair.”
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