UPDATE (4/26/16): It looks like the real identity of "Becky With the Good Hair" remains a mystery. Rita Ora has taken to Twitter to address the accusations that she is the mistress mentioned by Beyoncé. The singer says that the rumors are false and that she has the "upmost respect for Beyoncé."
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Earlier today, Rachel Roy officially shot down rumors that she had anything to do with an alleged affair with Jay Z. But, the BeyHive has already come up with a new "Becky With the Good Hair" suspect in Rita Ora. The British singer is the latest woman to be pulled into the Lemonade scandal.
An image of Ora wearing a lemon-embroidered bra and what some thought was a "j" necklace (it is actually just an "r" turned around) first ignited rumots that the 25-year-old was the real mistress Beyoncé alluded to in her song "Sorry." The fact that Ora recently filed a lawsuit against Jay Z's record label Roc Nation for not supporting her music career only fueled the suspicions.
Ora put the target on her back again after she stepped out wearing the same exact red Gucci skirt and blouse that Beyoncé wore in her video for "Formation." Since plenty of celebrities have recently rocked the look, including Kylie Jenner, we can probably chalk this up to mere coincidence.
But, Ora's isn't helping matters with a recent Instagram post. This morning, she posted an image of the poster for the 1973 film Ash Wednesday. Ironically, or not, the movie is about a woman who is afraid of losing her husband.
Even if Ora isn't actually the woman Beyoncé is reference, she doesn't seem to mind if people think she is. And, you can bet the BeyHive won't quit until they find the real Becky.