The most talked about single from Beyonce's Lemonade album, "Sorry," has made its way to video and features a cameo appearance from Serena Williams and a not-so-subtle introductory direct message to all the side chicks of the world.
Beyonce (Knowles-Carter) set the bar pretty high for anyone to follow with the release of her Lemonade album, which aired as a visual film on HBO back in April, as noted by Billboard. From there, the visual project and all 12 audio tracks were exclusively released on Tidal as a bundle package and quickly became a hot trending topic on social media.
Knowles-Carter broke down barriers as the first female recording artist to chart 12 songs or more on the Hot 100 Chart at the same time, according to Billboard, and she managed to have just about everyone reciting one line in particular, and wanting to know more about this unidentified person spoken of in the most streamed song on the album, "Sorry."
"You better call Becky with the good hair," is the line that got people thinking, talking and wondering -- who is Beyonce talking about? Though many reports surfaced after the release of this song on who "Becky" could be, it was undeniable, based on the content of the song, that "Becky" is or was indeed "a side chick."
With the release of the now trending music video, the 34-year-old used her art form as a way to send a message to all of the "Beckys" by way of a Warsan Shire spoken word verse that ends with the message "ashes to ashes, dust to side chicks," as reported by EUR.
The Houston, Texas native also featured tennis great Williams in the video who revealed she "got really sore from dancing," displayed by much of the twerking and dropping it like it's hot she was doing in the video.
Check it out below courtesy of BEYONCEVevo Youtube channel. (WARNING: Video contains explicit lyrics)