If your name is Becky, 2016 was probably filled with a lot of references asking you if you were "Becky with the good hair," and you had Beyonce to thank for that.

Actually, her husband Jay Z, as Beyonce addressed his alleged infidelity on Lemonade with, “He only want me when I’m not there / He better call Becky with the good hair.”

Up until this point it was all speculation, but now we're up to this point and it seems that we have some truth bombs to dissect.

Jay Z just released his new album (exclusively on Tidal) and all anyone cares about is the title track, 4:44, because it appears to directly address the alleged infidelity. Even though this is none of our business. People are pointing out the lyrics of Jay Z rapping that he “often womanize," and that it “took for my child to be born, see through a woman’s eyes" referring to his daughter, Blue Ivy.

Here are all the lyrics breaking it down, thanks to Rap Genius:

"Look, I apologize, often womanize Took for my child to be born See through a woman's eyes Took for these natural twins to believe in miracles Took me too long for this song I don't deserve you, I harass you out in Paris Please come back to Rome, you make it home We talked for hours when you were on tour Please pick up the phone, pick up the phone Said: "Don't embarrass me," instead of "Be mine"

"That was my proposal for us to go steady"

"That was your 21st birthday, you mature faster than me I wasn't ready, so I apologize I've seen the innocence leave your eyes I still mourn this death, I apologize for all the stillborns 'Cause I wasn't present, your body wouldn't accept it I apologize to all the woman whom I Toyed with your emotions because I was emotionless I apologize 'cause at your best you are love And because I fall short of what I say I'm all about Your eyes leave with the soul that your body once housed And you stare blankly into space Thinkin' of all the time you wasted in on all this basic shit So I apologize"

"I apologize, our love was one for the ages and I contained us"

"And all this ratchet shit and we more expansive now Meant to cry and die alone in these mansions Or sleep with our back turned We're supposed to vacay 'til our backs burn We're supposed to laugh 'til our hearts stops And then we end a space with a dark stop And let love light the way Like the men before me, I cut off my nose to spite my face I never wanted another woman to know Something about me that you didn't know I promised, I cried, I couldn't hold I suck at love, I think I need a do-over I will be emotionally available if I invited you over I stew over what if you over my shit?"

"And if my children knew, I don't even know what I would do"

"If they ain't look at me the same I would prob'ly die with all the shame "You did what with who?" What good is a ménage à trois when you have a soulmate? "You risked that for Blue?" If I wasn't a superhero in your face My heart breaks for the day I had to explain my mistakes And the mask goes away and Santa Claus is fake And you go online and see For Blue's tooth, the tooth fairy didn't pay." It turns out that daughter Blue Ivy was also involved with the album...

5 year-old Blue Ivy is featured on the track, “Legacy," and asks “Daddy, what’s a will?" to which Jay Z's reply touches on the importance he places on “black excellence."

He also explores subjects like Oscar-winner La La Land in the track "Moonlight" and even black identity in “The Story of O.J." Needless to say, this album is pretty loaded.