Fashion designer Rachel Roy — not to be confused with chef Rachael Ray — may have outed herself as the already-viral "Becky with the good hair" character from Beyonce's surprise album, Lemonade.

At the end of one of the more angry songs on the album, "Sorry," Beyonce waves her middle fingers in the air, tells her cheating man "Boy, bye," and suggests "he better call Becky with the good hair." It's throwing premium shade at one of Jay-Z's alleged side chicks — and Roy may have volunteered herself as tribute with an Instagram post that alludes to the line.

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"Good hair don't care, but we will take the good lighting for selfies, or self truths, always. Live in the light #nodramaqueens," Roy tagged the photo, which has now been set to private after Beyonce fans began an online attack. The fashion designer's Wikipedia page has also been edited to reflect the anger of the Bey Hive.

Roy took to Twitter to defend herself, saying that she respects families and finds the bullying she's experienced unacceptable.

Roy's Instagram post only fueled rumors that she was the catalyst behind the infamous elevator fight between Solange Knowles and Jay-Z in 2014. Knowles allegedly attacked her brother-in-law because she found his relationship with Roy, the ex-wife of Jay's former business partner Damon Dash, to be inappropriate.

It's safe to say that whether or not Roy is the real Becky, she won't be provoking the Bey Hive again any time soon.