Here Are The Funniest Tweets From When Beyoncé Fans Confused Rachael Ray For Rachel Roy

Beyoncé’s new visual album “Lemonade” — which many are reading as her side of a story of Jay-Z’s affair — debuted this weekend. For some of us, that means we pull up a chair and block off an evening while Beyoncé pairs human emotions with superhuman talent in front of our weeping eyes. Maybe we take a few days off of work to recuperate. But for members of the Beyhive, a new drop from the Queen means a call to action. Luckily, this time there was an obvious target: Jay-Z’s side chick. (Can you even?)

Ok, well, a kind of obvious target. Some members went in on Rachel Roy, a fashion designer who may be the “Becky with the good hair” referenced in one of Beyoncé’s lyrics. (Roy is also rumored to have sparked the elevator rumble between Solange and Jay-Z.) Nasty, but at least they did completed their intended task.

Then there were those members of the Beyhive who got overenthusiastic on poor TV chef Rachael Ray, who woke up to a bunch of Twitter mentions filled with lemons and didn’t even get to cheat on her own husband of 10 years.

Some of the attacks were truly hateful:

Some were just vaguely threatening:

https://twitter.com/JohnnyCables/status/724378759738978304

https://twitter.com/HolyExboy/status/724353404588400641

(Although, as we’re learned, an emoji can land you in trouble in court for “threat via image“)

Some people caught themselves just in time:

https://twitter.com/Prechid/status/724329698176696326

And some people are just embracing the drama of it all:

One thing’s for sure — everyone wants Rachael Ray to release a lemonade recipe ASAP. (It’s been two days, Ray, we know you’ve got a lemonade passion mimosa swirl recipe stored away there somewhere. Either she has zero control over her social media, barely a passing idea who Beyoncé is, or she’s about to blow us away with the best lemonade recipe the world has ever seen.)

https://twitter.com/iAmGrayHam/status/724382004272308224

Actual maybe-cheater Rachel Roy attempted to call off the hive. Roy posted an Instagram alluding to the lyric — and her relationship with Jay-Z — with the caption, “Good hair don’t care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. live in the light #nodramaqueens.”

Soon after, she switched her Instagram to private and posted a Tweet attempting to call off the Beyhive: “I respect love, marriages, families and strength. What shouldn’t be tolerated by anyone, no matter what, is bullying, of any kind.”

For her part, Rachael Ray is still making dank BBQ.

Let’s hope those silly Beyoncé fans at least get a few summer BBQ recipes out of their confusion.