Jay Z’s Says his Marriage to Beyonce “Wasn’t Totally Build On the 100 % Truth” ; 4:44 truly raps it all..
It was year 2013 when Jay Z - Rita Ora affair tattled amidst Jay Z’s marital vow with Beyonce. Beyonce and Jay Z’s shaking relationship has been known to the public;
and it was 2016 when Beyonce launched his popular album Lemonade.
Lemonade Album by Beyonce
The song narrated how a woman confronts infidelity from intuition, denial, anger, acceptance, forgiveness and eventually moving on.
And, Jay Z, after a decade launched a surprising album with a confession how he felt sorry of being a womanizer in his “footnotes from 4:44”;
he raps “What a good menage a trois when you have a soulmate? You risk that for Blue?"
Beyonce together with their daughter Blue Ivy
The rapper outspoken his dishonesty and how he tried to pick up the broken pieces of his relationship with Beyonce.
Along with his album 4:44 which was exclusively released by Tidal was a documentary video where he gathered men such as:
Chris Rock, Meek Mill, Kendrick Lamar, Anthony Anderson and Will Smith discussing about how men trifle their relationships ;
Jay Z and his team talked about the real stories behind the lyrics of “4:44”; sharing the true footnotes of the album.
Jay-Z's Album 4:44
“We built this big, beautiful mansion of a relationship that wasn’t totally built on 100 percent truth, and it started cracking,” Jay-Z narrated in the video.
The song was a true story which he personally authored; a humble response to Beyonce’s Lemonade.
The footnotes from 4:44 was an emotional confession of the rapper on how he had gone through difficult times of realizing his flaws.
He added in the footnote from 4:44 “ I still mourn this death and I apologize for all the stillborn cause I wasn’t present” ..
Finally, the hunched beyond Beyonce’s Lemonade that it was a whip up story of infidelity was put into an end through Jay Z’s rap confession in his latest album this year 2017 - the “4:44”.
Blue Ivy, Beyonce and Jay-Z
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