Jay-Z Drops Another Bombshell About His Marriage With Beyonce By Carie P. email@example.com | Jul 12, 2017 02:14 PM EDT Hollywood reports confirmed that Jay-Z just dropped another bombshell regarding his marriage with Beyonce after revealing some secrets on his latest album. The popular rapper just showed a footnotes video for the song, "4:44" while also sitting down for a conversation with some known celebrities. It can be seen that in the said video, Jay-Z and the celebrities who were featured in the video talked frankly about relationships and love. Moreover, the group also made their rendezvous more meaningful when they discussed dating someone in the public eye. When it was the time for Jay-Z to share things about his marriage and relationship with Beyonce, the rapper found himself giving more details most especially the problems and challenges the couple faced. According to him, he just ran into the place which he and Beyonce built. What made it more controversial were his remarks that they have a mansion of relationship which was not built on 100 percent truth and it is starting to shatter. Watch video According to Vanity Fair, Jay-Z also found himself revealing more personal information about their relationship like things started to happen while the whole world watches. Then he said that it is the hardest thing he has ever done in his life. Moreover, Jay-Z went on sharing that one time, he begged his wife, Beyonce not to leave a holiday which they were on that time. He recalled that he was on a boat then she had to leave and he was crushed and ended up begging her not to leave since he realized his mistakes. In the said conversation, Jay-Z also mentioned that the key to a lasting and successful marriage has ben honesty. He followed this with his remarks by saying that he and Beyonce could not just live in a fake relationship because it is also uncomfortable. Later on, Jay-Z went on revealing his extensive cheating on Beyonce still on the same album. Because of this, it just confirmed the speculations before which escalated after the release of Beyonce's album Lemonade just the previous year.