Social media has been alight with hilarious memes since Beyonce dropped her surprise new album ‘Lemonade’ a couple of days ago, with a few select lyrics on the song seemingly taking aim at Jay-Z, accusing her husband of cheating. We imagine things got pretty awks when Hov first heard it.
In honour of Jigga, we’ve collected 6 of the most uncomfortable songs to hear with your other half. These are the tunes that would strike fear and paranoia into any loving relationship.
Drake – “Marvin’s Room”
The classic, the go-to, the pinnacle of awkward encounters with girlfriends. Drake’s simp anthem “Marvin’s Room” is bound to cause friction with the missus. She’s gonna think you’re longing for an ex, which is far too long for anyone to deal with.
Ray J – “I Hit It First”
Ray J really went there, releasing the hilariously lame dedication to his sex tape co-star Kim Kardashian. A reminder that your girl has been with someone else is the last thing that anyone needs. You’re only gonna be fueling some serious paranoia by bumping this one, for yourself and for her. Besides, it ain’t about who did it first, it’s about who did it best.
Eamon – “F*ck It”
This Limewire-era classic is the ultimate middle finger to an ex girl and it’s only gonna cause more conflict with your current chick. She’s going to think you still have feelings for the ex, because this one gives off nothing but bitter and negative energies. It’s just simply a no go.
Eminem – “Kim“
Eminem literally tied up his girlfriend and murdered her on the ‘Marshal Mathers LP’ track, which will set off hella alarm bells. Are you a violent psycho? If not, then make sure you stick clear of this one coming on the aux around your girlfriend.
Notorious B.I.G. – “Another” (ft. Lil Kim)
This tune from Biggie and his own ex girl Lil Kim starts off with a real life genuine argument between the two, about Big cheating on her. That’s not the baby-oil kind of atmosphere you want to be creating around a girl, so just stay way clear if you know what’s good for you.
Riskay – “Smell Yo Dick”
Although this is a beautifully written and intimate song addressing infidelity in a very tactful way, it’s still going to be one of the most uncomfortable songs to hear around your other half, to say the very least. Hats off though to Riskay for putting together this masterpiece.
Words: Alex Griffin