Boy is it a bad week to be named Becky. However, according to docs obtained by TMZ, the 42-year-old staunchly believed she was hacked because of all of the Lemonade drama. Rachel Roy is directly addressing speculation that she's the woman behind Beyonce's now famous Lemonade lyric, "You better call Becky with the good hair.". That's because the name is regarded as a generic description for a white woman with straight hair… And if you happen to have both, god speed. Getty Images Mya The singer, who featured Jay Z on her song, "Best of Me (Part 2)," also flat-out denied she was Becky, telling TMZ , "I know what I'm not guilty of." (And then, for like 15 unfortunate minutes, it was Rachel Ray.) Yep, the singer who was once rumored to be romantically linked to Jay after working together on the song “Best of Me (Part 2)” is now being asked if she is the Becky with the good hair. And perhaps by Thursday it’ll be Gwyneth Paltrow." Monday it was Rita Ora. I am the keeper of secrets, the betrayer of women, the confessor of my sins, the owner of my secrets, lies and salvations. Didn't help that a few hours after the release Rachel posted a pic with the caption, "Good hair don't care" -- stirring 'Hivers to think she was "Becky with the good hair." I am Beyoncé. As far as who Becky With The Good Hair actually is, Sunday it was apparently Rachel Roy. "I am Becky with the good hair. "Becky With The Good Hair is apparently the woman Jay Z cheated on Beyonce with. Or have good hair. I do got good hair tho." The … Beyoncé released her visual album and HBO special “Lemonade” over the weekend, and many can’t stop speculating about the identity of “Becky with the good hair." After a fan tweeted calling her Becky she replied "don't ever call me a Becky". The singers were smiling and hanging together inside the Met Gala -- perhaps putting an end to rumors Rita is the "Becky with the good hair" that Bey refers to in "Sorry." As all humans and household pets are … It looks like Becky and her good hair have gone into hiding for now but it's highly unlikely the public are going to let go of this one until they've got the answers they want.