Damon Dash’s Ex Wife Wants Attention from the BeyHive and Gets It + Complains About Bullying

Photo Credit: Instagram
Photo Credit: Instagram

By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Damon Dash’s ex-wife Rachel Roy was rumored to be one of the possible driving forces behind ElevatorGate, but the rumors didn’t stick much because there were so many contradicting reports about what happened that night.

That didn’t stop Rachel from taking advantage of the attention and trolling on Twitter and now she’s once again hoping for the BeyHive’s attention.

And this time, she may have bitten off more than she could chew.

Click next for the details.

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  1. Just came on here to say Beyonce’s new album is really great. I’ve criticized her plenty of times on here because I felt her music wasn’t good and trash. But Lemonade is a masterpiece. I may just have to stop dragging her now.

  2. Rachel is childish. I don’t understand why she wanted to troll today. Is she bored? Anyway Lemonade has been on repeat since last night. Flawless album and her best work yet. Yes, it’s better than 4 y’all. I didn’t think she could top 4 but she did. Self Titled was a strong album too but I still thought 4 was supreme. Not anymore. I think Lemonade is the perfect blend of Self Titled and 4.

  3. Rachel keeps trying to interject herself into something that has nothing to do with her!! The hive already knows Rita Ora is the real problem!!

  4. Rachel is making a fool out of herself. Now people really think she’s a home wrecker. Was the attention worth it? I don’t think so. I don’t know if Bey was singing about her marriage or not. But no one was even thinking about Rachel until she posted this. So it’s hard to feel sorry for her. When trying to be messy goes wrong.

  5. I’ve dragged Rachel enough today so I’m going to focus on the album. This is now officially my favorite album from Bey. My favorite tracks are Pray You Catch Me, Hold Up, Don’t Hold Yourself, 6 Inch, Daddy Lessons, Love Drought, Sandcastles, Freedom, All Night and I still love Formation. I guess I can say I love everything! Bey came back so hard. I’m so proud to be a stan!

  6. Rachel has been a side chick for so many years that she doesn’t know how to be anything other than messy. What a sad existence. And can she really claim she’s being bullied when she’s the one who even got the ball rolling here by posting that wack shade on Instagram?

  7. I’m not going to pay any attention to this old bird today. Today I’m focusing on how great Lemonade is. I loved the visuals and cried when I saw Trayvon Martin and Mike Brown’s mothers. It was so many images of beautiful black women and I love how she depicted the strength it takes to be a black woman. I haven’t been this moved by music in so long. That’s what I care about. I don’t care about Rachel or Rita. They are both losers who will fade away into irrelevancy sooner or later. Let’s let them do that.

    1. Probably one of her best songs yet. I’m still in shock. I can’t even believe how perfect this music is!

  8. F-ck this square chinned basic a-s b-tch. She’s trying to distract people from the actual music like her hoe a-s bestie Kim K and I ain’t falling for that sh-t. The album is fire and I’m proud as f-ck!

  9. Dame needs to go get his ex birdbrained wife. She has really taken a page out of the Kardashian playbook and I’m trying to understand what this attention is doing for her coins? Her clothing line is still a flop and Dame is not making the money he used to. So she needs to keep her image clean because in a little bit, she will have to stand on her own two feet. It’s hard to do that when 95% of the world thinks you f-ck married men.

  10. I think she got what she deserved. When you go looking for trouble you will always find it. The album goes hard though. I can’t stop listening to it.

  11. Rachel attention whoring a-s got exactly what she deserved. I love the album loved the visuals truly a game changer.

  12. I was under the impression that most of the music was Bey signing about the experiences of all kinds of black women, not herself. So I don’t know why Rachel would even try to throw shade. She made it personal when I don’t think it really was. Yes, she did have her fam in the movie but I doubt someone so private would spill their own tea in their music.

  13. I am giggling at the people who think this album is about her and Jay. Beyonce would never share that much information about her marriage. I think this is really her mom’s perspective. This is what makes Rachel even more desperate. No one was even singing about her.

  14. The Rachel nonsense aside, this era has been wonderful. I love the album but I hope people don’t think this album was about her marriage or about her family too much. This album is about being a black woman. Rewatch the video, she dies in the beginning and is born again in the water as a strong black woman in America. It’s beautiful.

    1. This! That’s why the first song she dropped was Formation. She was telling black woman to get ready and get in formation. And that’s why it’s the last song on the album. This is not about her and Jay. It’s about all black women who have been through it and I love her for doing this.

    2. Each time I watch the movie I take away new meaning from it. Now I think it’s an album from the perspective of black women to black men. The poems really made me come to this conclusion more so than anything else. That poem where she said she would take their skin and put it on top of hers, take their hair and put it on top of hers and she tried to be softer and not say as much. Man! She was definitely talking about black women trying not to be anything like the stereotypes of us in order to keep black men around. It’s really deep. Then she gets to the angry part later on in the album and lets em know black women are supreme and they can run to nonblack women if they want to. It isn’t about Jay Z and it’s crazy to me how people are missing it. Like why do they think she had so many images of black women and we only saw Jay Z for like one song or two?

    3. You can tell my the order of the tracks what the real message of the album is. The songs in the beginning are more angry, allowing the black woman to finally be angry and tell the black man off for the mistreatment. Then the album begins to shift with Love Drought in which Beyonce admits the black men and black women need to unite to have real power. Forward followed by Freedom lets me know this album is about the dysfunctional relationship between black men and women. In Sandcastles the black woman lets down her guard and tells the black man how he let her down and why she’s hurt and how she’s not walking away even after she promised she would and in Forward the black man tells her he hears her and now he wants to move forward. Then in Freedom, the black man and black woman unite to fight for justice for the entire black race. Then with All Night, the black woman officially makes up with the black man and they fall in love again. And Formation concludes the album, telling all black women it’s time to bring our sisterhood back together and get in formation. Well done album.

  15. I love it when y’all stray away from topics because usually what y’all are talking about on here is more interesting than whatever the post is about. LMBO. But now I have to watch the movie again with these breakdowns in mind. I’ll do that when I get off since I just bought it on iTunes.

  16. Rachel Roy, Kim kardashian, and Rita Ora are struggle, thirsty, pass around chicks that still haven’t figured out that f*cking a black man does not give you automatic BLACK GIRL MAGIC. You have to be born with it.
    Slay on Mrs. Carter

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