Jay-Z can relax. Despite the darker tones of his girlfriend's new album, none of the words on it are related to him.
On B'Day, the fun-loving lady friend of the unretired rapper, Beyonce, shows a darker side. However, the diva claims such harsh lyrics aren't reflective of her personal life.
"Even though I'm very happy and I don't have any drama in my life, I didn't want to do another album full of love songs. I did that last time. It's boring," the 25-year-old singer tells Elle in its December issue.
The album includes several songs about a cheating boyfriend. One song, "Resentment," includes the lines, "I've been crying for too long/ What did you do to me?/ You lied, you lied, you lied."
It sounds like something Whitney Houston could croon to Bobby Brown, but BeyoncÃ© insists the songs aren't about her and long-time lover, Jay-Z.
"I'm sure people will read into that," Knowles says, "but there's nothing to read into. Sorry to disappoint you!"
That's okay, Beyonce. We're glad you and Jay have a solid relationship. Just make sure you check his voicemail for messages from Karrine Steffans. You can't be too safe.