Pop diva Beyonce wrote about her husband Jay-Z’s affair in an album released last year.
In Hold Up, Beyonce sings, “Something don’t feel right because it ain’t right, especially coming up after midnight; I smell your secrets and I’m not too perfect to ever feel this worthless; How did it come down to this, going through your call list?”
“This is your final warning; You know I give you life; If you try this s–t again you gon’ lose your wife,” Beyonce’s warning to Jay-Z in Don’t Hurt Yourself.
Monica Lewinsky was introduced to Americans as the young White House intern who, among other things, occasionally performed oral sex on President Bill Clinton back in the mid 1990s. Clinton lied about the affair, telling the American people that he never had “sexual realations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky’.
Lewinsky praised Jay-Z for publicly admitting he had an affair, and that he was sorry.
Jay-Z responded in the recently released song 4:44, in which he apologized for his bad behavior.
“Look, I apologize, often womanize,” he raps. “Took for my child to be born, see through a woman’s eyes; Took for these natural twins to believe in miracles; Took me too long for this song.”
Jay-Z admitted that his own immaturity was the problem.
As the great Chris Rock once said, “A man’s only as faithful as his options!”
Western Journalism reports:
Monica Lewinsky praised rap artist Jay-Z for being open about his marital infidelity to wife Beyoncé Knowles-Carter in his latest album 4:44.
“Jay-Z had a choice,” Lewinsky wrote in an article for Vanity Fair. “Having been called out publicly by his wife in her fierce 2016 album and video, Lemonade, Jay-Z knew that his fans wouldn’t have blinked if his next album skimmed past the allegations. That’s not uncommon for men to do.”