Beyoncé ain’t “Sorry” and she’s letting the world know with the wide release of the song’s music video off her platinum-selling LEMONADE album. Pulled from the visual album that premiered on HBO back in April, “Sorry” finds Queen Bey in a school bus and in a mansion.
Throughout the clip, she sits beside dancers and none other than Serena Williams, with her middle fingers up, saying one of the album’s most popular catchphrases: “Boy, bye.”
“Lookin’ at my watch, you should’ve been home,” she sings. “Today, I regret the night I put that ring on / He always got them f**kin’ excuses.”
“Sorry” has been explosive since its release. The track features the now infamous “Becky with the good hair” lyric that sent BeyHive members on a search for who the line might’ve been about. Since then, Rita Ora and designer Rachel Roy have denied being the mysterious Becky.
Since the song and much of the album is rumored to be about Jay Z’s alleged infidelity, talk has even turned to Hov possibly making a response album. There have also been rumors of a joint project that addresses the Carters’ marriage.
Despite the song’s ferocious lyrics, things seem to be just fine with Hov and Bey. The couple and their daughter were recently vacationing in Hawaii, where they took in some waves, Ace of Spades, and a fun little bike ride.
Now, after being exclusive to the visual album, fans can finally view the “Sorry” video on YouTube.