Aspiring Rapper Releases Tune “Sorry Mrs. Carter” in a Dig at Beyonce
An aspiring rap singer by the name of Liv has released a tune called “Sorry Mrs. Carter”. The title of the song may give the impression Liv is issuing an apology to the wife of Shawn Corey Carter, the former crack cocaine dealer that should have spent time in prison for his drug activity, but is known the world over as rap mogul Jay-Z. Mr. Carter’s wife is Beyoncé. Perhaps the tune is a play on words and is referring to Beyoncé as being a “sorry” individual. Either way, the song adds fuel to the rumors that Jay-Z has been unfaithful to his wife. There are those that believe the hotel brawl where Solange Knowles repeatedly tried to get a piece of him were driven because of his infidelity. There’s also reports that Beyoncé is looking to buy a new apartment for herself and their daughter Blue Ivy.
As for Ms. Liv, she admits that she and Jay-Z did not enjoy any trysts. Rather, he may have made a pass at her and she says they share a “connection” – whatever that means. The lyrics of the tune are pretty much the typical types of digs that seductresses make at the wives of the men they lure away. They blame the men’s roving eyes and hands on the inability of the wives to keep their men satisfied.
The song doesn’t not name Beyoncé directly, but as the title suggests, she’s a sorry wife of the sort Liv is putting down woman to woman. In fact, Liv claims she’s an all-natural model which is a dig at Beyoncé given rumors of her augmentation and extensive use of weaves. Beauty is certainly skin deep, but this woman has plenty of natural beauty which she is looking to cash in on even if it comes at the expense of someone else’s marriage.
LIV raps over the instrumentals to Outkast’s 2000 single “Ms.Jackson” and claims she and Jay never had sexual relations, but had an intimate relationship.
“Fuck fucking to the top, me and Jay never screwed,” LIV raps on the track. “We connected on some Hip Hop shit / He could be hiself wit me and he dig that shit / Us two attracted like some magnets / And us crossing paths was no accident / When I stepped out his life, I took a piece of his heart / I know he still close his eyes and see me in the dark / I bet he wish I just stayed and played my part / Imagining what could have been with no regard.” (HipHopDX)
LIV ends the song by taking direct shots at Beyonce.
“On some real shit / It’s time to tell these young girls some real shit / Tell them how you became a wife / You out here telling ‘em how to surfboard / Come on now, surfboards / Monica Lewinsky / You are a married woman / Why don’t you tell these girls how to be wives / Why don’t you tell these girls how to act around your husband / Why don’t you talk to these young ladies? / They need you / Somebody has to change it / If you won’t, I will / Yes Liv / Yes Liv Can / The invasion has begun.” (HipHopDX)