The black and white video, which debuted as a part of the visual album Lemonade, was first seen on Tidal and HBO but had yet to have launched on other platforms.
The clip opens with Beyoncé reciting the poetry of British poet Warsan Shire and giving us the highly memorable soundbites like, “Ashes to ashes, dust to side chicks,” before revealing Queen Bey seated on a throne-like chair while Serena Williams twerks next to her.
The rest of the video takes place in a Southern mansion and a bus, ending with Beyoncé delivering the line that launched a million Beyhive witchhunts, “He better call Becky with the good hair.”
Watch the full video below.
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