Beyoncé has released the official video for her latest Lemonade single "Sorry." The clip was officially part of the visual album component, which is still exclusively available in full on Tidal and HBO.
The black-and-white video begins with the title Apathy. Beyoncé recites a spoken word poem as a group of women in tribal make-up sway on a bus. "So what are you gonna say at my funeral, now that you've killed me?" she says before imagining how the lover who scorned her would cope with losing the woman whose heart he broke. "Ashes to ashes, dust to side chicks," she says at the end of the poem before launching into the song.
Inside a Southern mansion, Serena Williams is seen roaming around until she dances seductively around Beyoncé who remains perched on a throne. The video cuts to the singer also singing on the bus. The video ends with Beyoncé in front of the vehicle where she dances and delivers her infamous line "He better call Becky with the good hair."
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