Jay Z's Alleged Mistress Disses Beyonce
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No one can escape the news of Jay Z and Beyonce's so called "crumbling" marriage, today his alleged mistress, LIVE, who was featured in Life & Style Magazine, released "Sorry 'Ms. Carter" where she raps over Outkast's "Sorry Ms. Jackson" and disses the power couple, Jay and Bey.
In the rap, she says her and Mr. Carter never had sex, but instead a very intimate relationship:
"F*ck f*cking to the top, me and Jay never screwed,” LIV raps on the track. "We connected on some Hip Hop shit / He could be hiself wit me and he dig that shit / Us two attracted like some magnets / And us crossing paths was no accident / When I stepped out his life, I took a piece of his heart / I know he still close his eyes and see me in the dark / I bet he wish I just stayed and played my part / Imagining what could have been with no regard.”
In the rest of this track, she uses lyrics from Jay Z's "Girls, Girls, Girls" trying to get the point across that the rapper was startled by her stance.
"I had a past,” LIV raps on the song. "I ain't falling to his feet / He ain't expect that / Jigga-man, I don't care if you rap / You got a R-E-S-P-E-C-T that.”
As if that wasn't enough, she uses some of the couples materials to let everyone know she sees herself as a problem to them and also wants to know why Beyonce even wants to be with Jay Z. SHOTS FIRED. Geez lady. Does she know what she is up against? Good grief. Sorry, but personally I am embarrassed for her.
She finally ends the song completely dissing Queen B:
“On some real shit / It's time to tell these young girls some real shit / Tell them how you became a wife / You out here telling 'em how to surfboard / Come on now, surfboards / Monica Lewinsky / You are a married woman / Why don’t you tell these girls how to be wives / Why don’t you tell these girls how to act around your husband / Why don't you talk to these young ladies? / They need you / Somebody has to change it / If you won't, I will / Yes Liv / Yes Liv Can / The invasion has begun.”
So what do y'all think. Is this bogus or for real? Is this alleged "mistress" going about this the right way? In my opinion, homegirl should've gone for better production value, HA! If you want to mess with the best, step up your diss game!