'I Break the Internet': See Why Fans Think Beyoncé Is Shading the Kardashians on Her New Song
"I'm the only lady here, still the realest n---- in the room / I break the internet, top two and I ain't number two," she raps on "Top Off"
In her new collaboration with DJ Khaled, husband JAY-Z and Future, the 36-year-old singer raps: “I’m the only lady here, still the realest n—- in the room / I break the internet, top two and I ain’t number two.”
Meanwhile, others thought the “Formation” singer might be shading Kylie Jenner, whose Instagram-debut of her newborn daughter Stormi knocked Beyoncé’s birth announcement of her twins Rumi and Sir on Instagram out of the most-liked spot.
However, other members of the Beyhive believe Beyoncé may be referencing Drake instead on the track. In his song “Gyalchester,” the rapper declares: “I’m never washed but I’m not new / I know I said top five, but I’m top two / And I’m not two and I got one.”
Beyoncé also seemingly shades actress Tiffany Haddish — who may have revealed too much about the singer and her husband in a recent interview — on the track, but the actress took it in stride Friday morning and tweeted her support for the song.
“I love Beyonce … Everything she said rang so real to me. Just know I will sign A NDA any day For Beyoncé,” she wrote in a Tweet. “But also know this I will fight for Beyoncé. I Love that woman she is a Gift from God.”