Ever since Beyonce dropped her album "Lemonade" a week and a half ago, the work has received a tsunami of attention from the media and fans alike.
Unfortunately, the bulk of the focus has been not on the quality of the music, but on the content of the lyrics, which pretty blatantly target Jay Z for being unfaithful.
Beyonce fans viciously attacked Jay Z's suspected mistresses and recently booed the rapper in Miami.
But now Jay Z wants to launch his own album, schooling every Tom, Dick and Harry on his marital woes.
“Jay is working on an album telling his side of things," a source close to the couple tells Us Weekly.
We expect Jay will be working on a collection of diss tracks like "Sex Addict, Can't Help It," "B**ch Had a Headache" and "Becky Grew Back."
In typical fashion, since the album dropped, neither party has confirmed nor denied the alleged infidelity.
In fact, the only thing we've heard from Beyonce is an affirmation that she loves her husband.
“I want to dedicate this song to my beautiful husband. I love you so much,” the queen said during a concert kicking off her "Lemonade" tour in Miami.
This couple. They're good.
While many fans have been obsessing over figuring out the identity of "Becky with the good hair," the woman Beyonce alleges slept with her husband, some skeptics believe the power couple manufactured the entire story for publicity.
“They develop these storylines to sell albums," a source told Page Six.
"‘Lemonade’ is a movie crafted to drive sales," added the source.
"Jay and Beyonce are entertainers at the top of their game. Do you think Jay would release her album on [his own] Tidal if it really was all about him? He is 100 percent behind this.”
So it appears as though once the "Lemonade" fury dies down, Jay Z will continue to fuel the media sh*tstorm with "Joy Juice: It Ain't My Fault" or some such sensationalized title sure to rile up the G-force.