Jay Z appears to address Beyonce cheating allegations on new album 4:44

Jay Z has appeared to confirm rumours that he cheated on wife Beyonce with a series of revealing lyrics on his new album 4:44.

The new record, released on Tidal, has sparked discussion online as fans speculate on the meaning of the personal lyrics.

In one song the rapper makes an emotional apology, while in another he confesses to having “cut off my nose” to “spite my face”.

Rumours of Jay Z’s infidelity have surrounded the couple, who were married in 2008, for several years.

They came to a head in 2016 with Beyonce’s critically acclaimed visual album lemonade

Defiant hints of cheating fill the album and are most prominent in the track Sorry, in which the star tells a sobbing and repentant partner she regrets “the night I put that ring on”.

She goes on to tell him to “call Becky with the good hair”, using slang that fuelled speculation about the identity of Jay Z’s alleged lover.

Defiant hints of cheating fill the album and are most prominent in the track Sorry, in which the star tells a sobbing and repentant partner she regrets “the night I put that ring on”.

Family Feud sees Jay Z address Becky directly, telling the unidentified woman to “Let me alone”.

The album’s title track contains even more apologies, including the lyrics “if my children knew, I don’t even know what I would do” and “what good is a menage a trois when you have a soulmate?”

In another track, Kill Jay Z, the rapper sings: “You almost went Eric Benet, let the baddest girl in the world get away.”

The lyric likely references the R&B singer who was famously unfaithful to actress Halle Berry.

In an interview with iHeart Radio, Jay Z went into more detail about the album’s lyrics, and called title track 4:44 “one of the best songs I’ve ever written”.

Jay Z and Beyonce have three children, including twins who were born in June.

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