Jay Z Responds to ‘Lemonade’ Drama in “All the Way Up” Remix
Beyonce Knowles and Jay-Z Attend a Fight in Las Vegas on May 2, 2015
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Jay Z Responds to ‘Lemonade’ Drama in “All the Way Up” Remix

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Well, the rumors were true: Jay Z is only going to respond to Lemonade’s cheating drama in his music.

The rap mogul appeared on the remix of “All the Way Up” with Fat Joe, Remy Ma, and Kardashian ex French Montana. In the track, Hov revealed he too is sipping on that lemonade.

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"You know you made it when the fact your marriage made it is worth millions,” the 46-year-old raps at the beginning of his verse. “Lemonade is a popular drink and it still is. Survival of the littlest."

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While the hip hop icon is clearly referencing his wife's new album, Lemonade, his rhymes are also a modernized twist on 1992’s “DWYCK,” which includes the lyrics, “Lemonade was a popular drink and it still is. I get more props and stunts than Bruce Willis."

The throwback homage is the first time Jay has publically spoken about Bey's new music, which more than hints that the Brooklyn rapper was unfaithful to her.

But we doubt the Tidal exclusive song is the last time we’ll hear from Blue Ivy’s parents about their Becky With the Good Hair problems.

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Bey, 34, and Jay are reportedly set to release a joint album any moment now — and at this point, we wouldn’t be surprised if Blue dropped a single too.