Beyonce Sings ‘You Desperate Wack B*tch’ In Viral “Resentment” Clip

Beyonce Sings ‘You Desperate Wack B*tch’ In Viral “Resentment” Clip

For the past two years, iconic couple Jay Z and Beyonce have been busy sharing their versions of the story of their marriage with their respective albums, Lemonade and 4:44. The media has skewed the couple’s struggles with infidelity, failed pregnancies, sibling rivalries, and redemption – and this time is no different. A clip is going viral of one of Beyonce’s recent On the Run II Tour performances of the song, “Resentment” from her album, B-Day. The lyrics of the bridge are sung as followed:

“I’ll always remember feeling like I was no good Like I couldn’t do it for you like your mistress could And it’s all because you lied”

During the performances, Bey improvises the lyrics in the bridge, adding and subtracting descriptions of the mistress within every performance. In the viral clip, she sings this version:

“I’ll always remember feeling like I was no good

Like I couldn’t do it for you like that desperate, mediocre, wack bitch could”

However, in the viral clip shared by Twitter user @JabbarLewis, social media insists she describes the woman as “white.”

“YOU GUYS !! Beyonce f*cking SNAPPED tonight !!!! ‘Like that desperate, mediocre, WHITE b*tch could’ jfjjffjjfnfkffjkfkfkfkfkjfjfjffjjfjfjfjfjfjffjfjfj”

This clip from her 2013 documentary, Life is But a Dream, shows her performing “Resentment” at the Revel in Atlantic City. She emphatically uses the word “wack.”


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The “wack” vs. “white” controversy stems from fans scrambling for the identity of “Becky with the good hair” – the fictional character allegedly used to illustrate Jay Z’s former mistress.

Jay Z has been open with discussing his infidelity, and how he and Beyonce worked hard to repair their marriage. In a CNN interview, he told Van Jones:

“[She’s] my soul mate, the person I love.”

He continued:

“For us, we chose to fight for our love. For our family. To give our kids a different outcome. To break that cycle for black men and women.”

Prior to that interview, he sat down with the New York Times. He revealed how watching Beyonce suffer a broken heart affected him. He said:

“You know, most people walk away, and like divorce rate is like 50 percent or something ’cause most people can’t see themselves. The hardest thing is seeing pain on someone’s face that you caused, and then have to deal with yourself.”

Written by Miata Shanay

Authored by: Miata Shanay