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Rachel Roy Reportedly Hacked After 'Becky With The Good Hair' Rumors

An unnamed source told The Sun that Roy's private emails were hacked after Beyoncé fans accused the fashion designer of being Jay Z's mistress.

By Cody LaGrow | May 6, 2016

"Becky with the good hair" should've tried to be "Becky with the good anti-malware." Rachel Roy, the fashion designer accused of being Jay Z's mistress, reportedly had her private emails hacked.

An unnamed source told London tabloid The Sun that Roy told her friends her personal files were stolen and that it could expose damaging revelations.

Roy became the target of Beyoncé fans when the singer posted and then deleted this Instagram with the caption "good hair, don't care."

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The BeyHive quickly swarmed her social media pages after making the connection to Rachel Roy and the lyrics from Beyoncé's "Sorry."

Roy publicly denounced her involvement in any affair and told People magazine: "There is no validity to the idea that the song references me personally. There is no truth to the rumors."

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