What a difference a few letters make! Celebrity chef Rachael Ray is being stung by many of Beyonce's rabid fans for, well, nothing.
Since Saturday, Ray's twitter and Instagram have been blowing up, as many from the "Beyhive" have blasted the chef, claiming that she was thought to be "Becky with the good hair" that Beyonce referred to in one of the new songs off her revealing "Lemonade" album.
Fans have read between the lines and seem to suspect that Beyonce's husband Jay Z cheated on his wife, although Bey never says if the claims are directed at him or men in general.
The problem is that "Becky" isn't Rachael Ray. However, many people suspect that it could be Rachel Roy, a fashion designer who has been linked to Hova in the past.
"Never watching ur show again Rachel u r a homewrecker," one person wrote to the chef.
"Oh I loved hot chicken fajitas but I will never make them again after what you did to the Queen," another person said.
Others though soon acknowledged the case of mistaken identity.
"As part of the behive committee I would like to apologize to you ms Ray for the inconvenience," one person wrote on Ray's Instagram.
Ray, though, made lemons out of, ahem, lemonade during the fracas without actually directly acknowledging it. On Sunday, she took to Instagram to share an interesting drink recipe.
"Shake up your Sunday with @ChefDPhillips' lemon shake-up with lemonade lavender ice cubes. #RachaelRay #RachaelRayShow," she captioned a photo of two drinks.
Coincidentally, in 2013, Ray tweeted about Beyonce, but she was referring to her Super Bowl halftime appearance at the time. "wow! We knew Beyonce was powerful but this is crazy!," she said at the time, not knowing that she would be accidentally linked to Bey three years later.
For Rachel Roy, she certainly isn't getting much of a laugh from the scandal.
Amid the backlash surrounding the fashion designer, she canceled a scheduled public appearance in New York City on Monday. She was scheduled to speak at a seminar called "Mastering Your Métier."
"Due to a personal emergency, Rachel Roy has had to cancel this evening's event. Our apologies for any inconvenience," read a statement.
Jay was linked to Roy in 2014 and was rumored to be the linchpin of his infamous elevator fight with Solange Knowles.
According to TheRoot.com, Roy posted an Instagram pic hours after "Lemonade" dropped, captioning the pic, "Good hair don't care, but we will take good lighting, for selfies, or self truths, always. live in the light #nodramaqueens."
The internet went wild and decided Roy was "Becky," with many people teeing off on her.
On Sunday while the vitriol was reaching a fever pitch, she tweeted, "I respect love, marriages, families and strength. What shouldn't be tolerated by anyone, no matter what, is bullying, of any kind."