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Jay Z Emerges: Rapper Caught Smoking A Cigar Amid 'Lemonade' Scandal

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Apr. 27 2016, Updated 7:48 p.m. ET

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Beyoncé's newest album, Lemonade, has sparked controversy around husband Jay Z — but he doesn't seem to mind!

The rapper was spotted smoking cigar in Miami days after the album's release, proving that he may have 99 problems, but a "Becky" certainly isn't one.

As previously reported, one prevalent theme of Beyoncé's latest release is infidelity. "He better call Becky with the good hair," she sang at one point, which fans believed she directed at Jay Z's rumored affairs with either Rachel Roy or Rita Ora.

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Rumors that the 46-year-old cheated with Roy first started when Solange Knowles attacked the rapper in an elevator after the 2014 Met Gala. The security camera footage was leaked soon after the fight.

Meanwhile, Jay Z and Ora have been photographed getting cozy with each other at events in the past. At the 2015 Grammy Awards, the young singer couldn't keep her hands off the married man.

But Jay Z isn't the only one receiving Queen Bey's wrath. The singer also stirred up memories of her father's adultery on the album. In response to it, Mathew Knowles told "You have to have acceptance and forgive. That's what I saw."

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Mathew, an admitted sex addict, divorced Beyoncé's mother Tina Knowles in December 2011, after 31 years of marriage. Beyonce stopped using him as her manager around the time their relationship crumbled, and has never spoken about the marriage meltdown — until Lemonade's debut.



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