Fans were stunned when Beyonce used her new album, ‘Lemonade,’ to put her husband, Jay Z, on blast for allegedly cheating. But for the 34-year-old singer, it was a healing experience, HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned. In fact, the album helped their ailing marriage.
Beyonce outed Jay Z‘s alleged affair in Lemonade, and while we learned Kanye West is now worried about the state of their relationship, everyone should breathe a sigh of relief. Beyonce’s shocking new album actually helped heal their ailing marriage. Find out how!
“Beyonce’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. For Beyonce, making this album was a therapeutic and empowering experience, set with the intention of strengthening her marriage,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Even Beyonce’s mom, Tina Lawson, claims the album is “healing” her daughter. After the album’s release, Tina shared a snap of herself and Beyonce clinking mason jars of lemonade in a celebratory toast. She captioned it: “Toast to lemonade B worked so hard on this project day and night ! It was soo important to her to offer something that would bring about healing and hope to the universe! No matter what you’ve gone thru in life you can always come out on the other side!”
We’re so happy to hear Beyonce is “healing,” especially after she insinuated Jay Z was allegedly “dishonest” with a woman referred to as “Becky with the good hair.” As we previously reported, “Becky” is rumored to be designer Rachel Roy, 42, but she has since denied such accusations.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Can a video and album like Lemonade heal a broken marriage? Tell us below.