Beyonce & Jay Z loved up as she fuels cheating rumours by changing song lyrics

Published 5 years ago by: Saliu
at 09:22 AM, 2/07/2014 (5 years ago)

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Beyonce fueled Jay Z cheating rumours by changing lyrics of her song, during their tour. While performing "Resentment," a track off of her 2006 B'Day album,she made the crowd roar when she replaced 6 with 12 to signify the years she has been with Jay Z..
"Been ridin' with you for six years why did I deserve/ To be treated this way by you"..
She changed it to...
 "I know she was attractive but I was here first/ Been ridin' with you for 12 years why did I deserve/ To be treated this way by you, you/ I know your probably thinking what's up with Bee/ I been crying for too long what did you do to me."
Meanwhile, they looked lovey-dovey during a shopping trip as bey rested her Head on Jay Z's back...
Nor matter what, they adore blue Ivy and that alone is worth keeping them together for life


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