Fans convinced Beyoncé hints at Solange and Jay Z’s elevator clash in new song Cozy
Beyoncé’s highly anticipated album Renaissance has been released and the Beehive believes it has hinted at Solange and Jay-Z’s infamous elevator brawl in their new song Cozy — here’s why.
The singer has finally blessed the music industry after six years with her seventh album, reminding fans why she is the Queen B and the celebrity of celebrities.
The lead single was Beyoncé’s introduction to Break My Soul Dance and House Music, and although it was unfamiliar to fans, it peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100.
The Crazy in Love singer is known for her inspirational and female-empowering lyrics, so with fans analyzing every word, some claim she noticed a subtle reference to a family feud in the second song from the renaissance Cozy .
Why do fans think Beyoncé is in Team Solange?
Cozy itself is a song promoting self-love, with the chorus lyrics: “Comfortable in my skin, comfortable with who I am, I love myself, God.” Naturally, the mother-in-law of three admires the female confidence in her family, especially her sister and fellow singer, Solange Knowles.
In a pre-chorus, Beyoncé sings: “May I suggest that you don’t f*** with my sister, because she’s comfortable.” This has prompted fan speculation that it was a sign of a 2014 incident between Solange and Bey’s husband Jay-Z.
a fan Claimed: “Solange def calls Beyoncé and her ‘cozy on’ maybe I can suggest you skip the f*** w/ my sis’ line.”
“Not at all, Cozy has Beyoncé singing ‘Maybe I can’t make you s**** with my sister’, she is remembering what happened to Solange and Jay-Z in 2014,” a And tweeted,
Solange and Jay-Z at the Met Gala 2014 Elevator Fight
The infamous incident saw the cast engage in a physical altercation in an elevator on the night of the 2014 Met Gala on May 5. Solange can be seen kicking and pushing the rapper in front of another male, presumably safety, breaking off the argument.
It’s unknown how long the celebrities were in the elevator, but the 36-second video includes several snippets of footage showing Beyoncé personally attempting to stop the fight.
Standard hotel surveillance recordings were first leaked by TMZ a week after the star-studded event.
A joint statement was issued days after the viral video in which the Carter and Knowles families clarified that they have “moved on as a joint family”, as reported by People.
Jay and Solange each take their share of responsibility for what has happened. They both acknowledge their role in this private matter which has come out in public. Both have apologized to each other.
Reports of Solange being drunk or displaying erratic behavior during that evening are completely false. At the end of the day problems happen in families and we are no different. We love each other and above all we are family. We have left it behind and hope everyone else will do the same.
Joint statement from the Carter and Knowles families
The incident fueled speculation of infidelity, which some fans think the couple hinted at on their respective albums, 4:44 and Lemonade.
“What’s good when you have a soul mate / You took a risk for Blue?” Jay-Z rapped. Meanwhile, fans scoured the internet to find the woman’s identity with reference to Beyoncé’s “Becky with the Good Hair” in Sorry, which still remains a mystery.
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