Beyoncé Accepts Jay-Z's Cheating Confession In New "Family Feud" Video Teaser

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The queen is saint-like in the Godfather-inspired visuals.

Jay-Z just teased an upcoming video for "Family Feud", a track off his studio album 4:44, which was released this June.

The video for "Family Feud" arrives tomorrow (December 29) and will nearly certainly be a Tidal exclusive. The full video drops at 4:44pm ET on December 29. Blue appears in the middle of the clip, walking down a church aisle holding her dad's hand.

The teaser places Jay-Z and Beyoncé inside a confessional cabinet, with the rapper seemingly ready to partake in a shrift. But many fans might not want to wait that long, although it seems unlikely that Beyoncé's husband will release the initial video anywhere other than TIDAL.

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The thirty-second clip ends with his bars from the first verse stating the obvious "Nobody wins when the family feuds". "Becky with the good hair" is the mistress Beyonce referred to on Lemonade, but we want to know who she is in real life! "We all lose when the family feuds".

Then earlier this year - finally! - the rapper admitted in an interview with The New York Times that he "shut down emotionally". and that that led him to an affair.