Beyoncé takes Jay-Z's confession

Emilio Banks
December 30, 2017

Jay-Z has released a music video for nearly every song on his latest album 4:44 but has hardly appeared in any, except for 'BAM'.

But the guest list hardly ends there.

Now the famous duo are mixing art and real-life once again - with the release of Jay-Z's latest chune, Family Feud.

Jay-Z, the noted rapper, producer, and man-who-dared-cheat-on-Beyoncé, has dropped a teaser trailer for the upcoming video to 'Family Feud', which is known to lyrically address his infidelity in his relationship with Queen Bey.

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Blue Ivy makes an appearance holding her dad's hand while walking down the church aisle. At some point, Jay-Z is featured to be sitting down in what has been identified as a confession booth, with Beyoncé sitting on the other side of the barrier.

Jay-Z and Beyoncé clearly aren't afraid to revisit their rocky past. Beyonce then comes in with a warning about how "nobody wins when the family feuds", and all we have to say is, we're so glad these two made up! While the video seems to be a full-on family affair, there's no sign of twins Rumi and Sir in the teaser, but perhaps the 7-month-olds will make their debut in the full version.

"Yeah, I'll f**k up a good thing if you let me/Let me alone, Becky/A man that don't take care his family can't be rich", he raps.

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