It was only yesterday when Gwyneth Paltrow was refuting an old label that she's The World Most Hated Celebrity. As the actress admits, she doesn't understand why people believe that's the case, but she's not going to get caught up in the noise anymore. But Paltrow will respond to allegations that she's the notorious Becky with the Good Hair. Yep. That's right. That's the rumor being spread this week, referring to Beyonce Knowles' infamous final lyric in "Sorry," the most disputed part of her acclaimed visual album Lemonade. While everyone and their mother had a guess for who the unknown individual might be, Amber Rose claims Gwyneth Paltrow is actually the person in question. Case closed? Let's investigate and see what we uncover.
The comment came up when Amber Rose appeared on Spencer and Heidi Pratt's podcast, Make Speidi Famous Again. During the conversation, Rose made the following remark, one which people are claiming is just a joke. But other listeners remain skeptical. Here's what the famous model said.
I definitely think that Gwyneth Paltrow is Becky with the good hair. I really feel like she's she's the one who was, like, fucking Jay-Z.
Of course, Amber Rose is not saying that she's absolutely, positively, 100 percent certain that it's Gwyneth Paltrow; the media personality merely has a hunch that it's the founder of The Goop. That's simply her guess -- although, because she is as famous and interconnected in the Hollywood scene as she is, her thoughts are earning quite a bit of attention and controversy. But Gwyneth Paltrow is, of course, denying the validity of this statement. As it was reported by People earlier today, Paltrow is putting her foot down and saying no, she's not Becky with the Good Hair. Or, at least, that's what a representative for Gwyneth Paltrow is saying for her client today. As we alluded to earlier, Paltrow is a busy woman, and she has other things going on.
As the representative for Gwyneth Paltrow said in a statement earlier today, Amber Rose's Becky with the Good Hair allegations are "completely absurd" and "100 percent false." The representative also wanted the record to show that Paltrow and Jay-Z are "still very close friends," and they haven't had their relationship destroyed by the release of Lemonade, which the representative firmly believes will stop this fiery rumor from spreading.
But once the rumor mill starts spinning, it's not going to stop anytime soon. While Gwyneth Paltrow and her team want nothing more than to put this whole thing behind them, there's a good chance that people are going to keep talking about it for some time. But we'll have to wait and see. Of course, it has been two whole years and we're no step closer to figuring out who the mysterious woman is. Maybe we have our answer? Maybe we're still nowhere close to figuring out Becky's true identity. If we get any more information about the identity of the mysterious adulterer, we'll keep you posted.