Jay-Z just teased a clip from his new "Family Feud" music video, set to be released on his streaming service Tidal on Friday, and it's pretty clear the story he's trying to tell. The queen is saint-like in the Godfather-inspired visuals.
JAY-Z, 48, famously responds to Beyonce's cheating allegations from Lemonade on his song "Family Feud", and now there's an equally wild video to go along with the collaboration track. The full video drops at 4:44pm ET on December 29. In the church scenes, Beyoncé waits for him at the altar while he walks with 5-year-old Blue Ivy. In another scene, she sits in a confessional booth opposite Jay-Z wearing a dramatic black and white gown and gold jewelry. On the priest's side is Beyoncé, prepared to hear her husband's confession.
"Yeah, I'll f*** up a good thing if you let me/Let me alone, Becky", Jay raps.
Over the years, we've grown accustomed to Jay-Z recruiting Beyoncé for his various music endeavors. Jay-Z's song makes a reference to Beyoncé's "Becky with the good hair" lyric from her song, "Sorry".
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of the video for "Family Feud?".
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