It's Beyoncé's world and we're just living in it (Don't pop a blood vessel, haters. It's a joke — sort of).
Though Queen Bey may have shied away from interviews for the majority of recent memory, she lets the world in on her inner most thoughts through her music — even ones of frustration. In fact, Tiffany Haddish learned this the hard way when she seemingly became the subject of one of Bey's punchlines in her feature verse on DJ Khaled's new single "Top Off."
In the track, which also features Bey's hubby Jay-Z and rapper Future, the notoriously private megastar, who's no stranger to spitting top-notch bars, seemed to hint at a recent story the comedian shared with the media, without plainly mentioning her name.
In the interview with TV One's Disclosure, Haddish candidly dished on an experience she witnessed involving Bey while at Jigga's 4:44 Tour after party. She claimed that the "Formation" songstress had to check a woman who was getting a bit too close to her man.
"I was talking to another actress that was there, who was talking to Jay-Z and she touched Jay-Z's chest," she said. "Beyoncé came walking up and her demeanor was like, 'Get your hand off my man's chest!'"
Well, Bey took to the booth to make one thing clear: keep her name out of your mouth — unless she gives you permission to do otherwise.
"If they're tryna party with the queen, they're goin' to sign a non-disclosure," she rapper.
Take a look at the full lyrics of her verse, below:
Don't expect this to discourage the Girls Trip star from unstanning for Beyoncé. In an bubbly outburst of excitement, Haddish took to Twitter to explain that she will gladly sign an NDA for Queen Bey if needed. Also, just for clarity, she added that she will throw down in the 22-time Grammy winner's honor, as well.
It's refreshing to see that she's a good sport about all of this.
See how Twitter reacted to Bey's verse — particularly her line rumored to be about Haddish's tea spillage — below:
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