After being cast as Jay Z’s mistress in several tabloid stories, the rapper known only as Liv has come forward with her take on Jay’s infidelity in a song called “Sorry Mrs. Carter,” a song disputing the allegations but still apologizing to Beyoncé. It remains somewhat unclear what exactly she’s apologizing to Beyoncé for. Not sleeping with her husband? Jay Z’s supposed bad behavior with other women?
In the less-than-four-minute song that samples Outkast’s “Sorry Ms. Jackson,” Liv switches messages several times, all the while fitting in as many Bey/Jay song references as she can squeeze in. There’s also an Aretha Franklin “Respect” reference.
Bey and Jay’s rumored divorce is perhaps the biggest gossip story of the year, and it sounds to us like Liv is trying to capitalize off of it.
Liv, girl. You need to be apologizing for this song’s quality, because this is beyond horrible. You couldn’t be that cool with Jay Z and put out a song this bad. We would’ve believed you if you said you were Lil’ Scrappy’s sidepiece, but Jay? This blatantly disrespectful!
These THOTs don’t know how to stay in their lane!