In response to Beyonce's Lemonade, Jay - Z created his own artistic movie about the affair and he is sad and very sorry.

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Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: The Roc's is the building.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, life gave lemons,
Londale Theus Jr.: and you made Lemonade.
Londale Theus Jr.: Life gave me lemonade,
Londale Theus Jr.: and now I'm doing this.
Londale Theus Jr.: I wanted to reach out
to filmmakers I know
Londale Theus Jr.: to make this response special,
Londale Theus Jr.: but no one wants to work with me.
Londale Theus Jr.: Everyone is mad because
I cheated on my wife
Londale Theus Jr.: I can't believe I cheated
on Beyoncé
Londale Theus Jr.: I totally forgot I was
married to Beyoncé
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, you can spend a whole hour making
a whole production of the conversation.
Londale Theus Jr.: So, the lease I could do,
Londale Theus Jr.: is put together my own production
Londale Theus Jr.: Haha.
Londale Theus Jr.: I know I've told you this before,
Londale Theus Jr.: but I always turn to wikiHow to solve my
life problems, and figure stuff out.
Londale Theus Jr.: It's really enlightening.
Londale Theus Jr.: But right now recording a wikiHow:
Londale Theus Jr.: This is how you apologize.
Londale Theus Jr.: Haha.
Londale Theus Jr.: Step 1:
Londale Theus Jr.: Preparing your apology.
Londale Theus Jr.: Give up the idea of being
quote unquote right.
Londale Theus Jr.: Arguing about the details
of an experience that involves
Londale Theus Jr.: more than one person is
usually frustrating.
Londale Theus Jr.: I know that now.
Londale Theus Jr.: For example, imagine that you went
out the movies without your partner.
Londale Theus Jr.: Your partner felt left out and hurt,
I really know how that feels,
Londale Theus Jr.: except I cheated on you.
So that's worse than movies.
Londale Theus Jr.: Step 2:
Londale Theus Jr.: Use I statements.
Londale Theus Jr.: One of the most common
mistakes of apologizing is
Londale Theus Jr.: using You, instead of I statements.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah, I'm putting the blame
on you when really it's me.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am the one who cheated.
Londale Theus Jr.: Wow, this is so enlightening.
Londale Theus Jr.: Step 3:
Londale Theus Jr.: Avoid justifying your actions.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know, that's really good,
because I was going to like, you know,
Londale Theus Jr.: make a whole lot of excuses about
how I needed it at the time,
Londale Theus Jr.: because you were too busy.
Londale Theus Jr.: But step 3 of wikiHow
has let me down that
Londale Theus Jr.: shaky path into solid ground.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
Londale Theus Jr.: Step 4:
Londale Theus Jr.: Use Excuses Cautiously.
Londale Theus Jr.: Okay, now I'm back in the game.
Londale Theus Jr.: Somehow I gotta use my excuses,
Londale Theus Jr.: for the most important moments
Londale Theus Jr.: Step 5:
Londale Theus Jr.: Avoid the But.
Londale Theus Jr.: An apology that includes the
word but will almost never be
Londale Theus Jr.: understood as an apology.
Londale Theus Jr.: Listen, I will never use
buts in my apology.
Londale Theus Jr.: I just want to worship your butt,
Londale Theus Jr.: baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: Step Number 6:
Londale Theus Jr.: Consider the Other Person's
Needs and Personality.
Londale Theus Jr.: Well, I don't know if it's you or
Sasha Fierce, or who I'm talking to,
Londale Theus Jr.: but I respect all of your
personalities baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: Step Number 7:
Londale Theus Jr.: Write Your Apology
Down If You Like.
Londale Theus Jr.: Now here's where I got a
problem, because everybody
Londale Theus Jr.: knows that I don't
write down my raps.
Londale Theus Jr.: I keep it all here on
the top of my dome.
Londale Theus Jr.: So if you do, I'm going to
spit my apology from the top.
Londale Theus Jr.: Freestyle it, from the heart.
Londale Theus Jr.: Apologize at the right time
and place is real important.
Londale Theus Jr.: Find the right time.
Londale Theus Jr.: I believe the time is right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: I can't handle all this preasure.
Londale Theus Jr.: Even if you immediately regret
something, an apology may not be effective
Londale Theus Jr.: if it comes in the middle of a
highly emotional situation.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah, I'm probably
feeling that right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: I probably should apologize
right after I pulled out.
Londale Theus Jr.: Do it in person.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know, we have been
separated for a while,
Londale Theus Jr.: you know, going
our separate paths.
Londale Theus Jr.: I was going to send you a long
text, but you know what?
Londale Theus Jr.: I gotta meet you face to face.
Londale Theus Jr.: Even if you're sipping
Lemonade I'ma still
Londale Theus Jr.: get through the apology.
Londale Theus Jr.: Choose a quiet or private
setting for the apology.
Londale Theus Jr.: Everybody knows we're all crowded.
Londale Theus Jr.: We ain't got no privacy.
Londale Theus Jr.: So I'ma have to do it in public.
Londale Theus Jr.: Send it to all my fans.
Londale Theus Jr.: Stream it.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahah.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah, I'm going to put my
apology on TIDAL.
Londale Theus Jr.: So everyone can have access
to if they really work hard,
Londale Theus Jr.: and are really, really
intent on getting it.
Londale Theus Jr.: There's a few steps.
Londale Theus Jr.: It's not intuitive, making
your apology.
Londale Theus Jr.: Step Number 1:
Londale Theus Jr.: Be Open and Non-threatening.
Londale Theus Jr.: Now baby, I'm open, and I
don't want to be threatening.
Londale Theus Jr.: but you gotta put the
baseball bat down.
Londale Theus Jr.: Alright?
Londale Theus Jr.: I don't want no more
hot sauce on that bed.
Londale Theus Jr.: Step Number 2:
Londale Theus Jr.: Use Open Humble Body Language.
Londale Theus Jr.: Well, you know, I'ma take off
my hat and my chain so we
Londale Theus Jr.: can talk like human beings.
Londale Theus Jr.: Take off your Rocafella.
Londale Theus Jr.: Bare chested.
My soul.
Londale Theus Jr.: Haha.
Londale Theus Jr.: State your regret.
Londale Theus Jr.: I regret that I cheated on you.
Londale Theus Jr.: Who is she?
Londale Theus Jr.: She's done nothing in this world.
Londale Theus Jr.: You have done everything.
Londale Theus Jr.: Except responsibility.
Londale Theus Jr.: I do except full responsibility.
Londale Theus Jr.: I got my hand on the Bible, on
the holy grail, Magna Carta.
Londale Theus Jr.: Step Number 5:
Londale Theus Jr.: State how you will remedy the situation.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, I'ma cater to you.
Londale Theus Jr.: For real.
Londale Theus Jr.: I know you mentioned in that
song, back when you was
Londale Theus Jr.: with Destiny's Child, but
I'ma do it for real.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'ma have the whole Roc Nation
coming to your knees.
Londale Theus Jr.: Kanye going to be serving you soup.
Londale Theus Jr.: Listen to the Other Person.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, I listen to about a whole
hour of that thing,
Londale Theus Jr.: on loop, twice.
Londale Theus Jr.: I can stop.
Londale Theus Jr.: I turn on the radio, it's on.
Londale Theus Jr.: I can't even get into my TIDAL account
without it blaring into my face.
Londale Theus Jr.: So, I get where you're coming from.
Londale Theus Jr.: Step Number 7:
Londale Theus Jr.: End With Gratitude.
Londale Theus Jr.: It's been the biggest problem of
my life is feeling grateful,
Londale Theus Jr.: because I think I'ma king,
Londale Theus Jr.: but you know what, I'ma have to
bow down to say thank you.
Londale Theus Jr.: Thank you for releasing Lemonade.
Londale Theus Jr.: For all these thirsty people
who want the truth.
Londale Theus Jr.: And thank you for making us
another half a billion dollars.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
Londale Theus Jr.: Swimming in money.
Londale Theus Jr.: WikiHow has been responsible
for my last 7 albums.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know, that's where
The Blueprint came from.
Londale Theus Jr.: I was down in the dumps, thought
didn't know how to flow no more.
Londale Theus Jr.: Then I looked up wikiHow
on how to come back.
Londale Theus Jr.: Bam!
Londale Theus Jr.: Blueprint came straight out.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yo, I just want to revisit
these lyrics real quick,
Londale Theus Jr.: 'cuz Lemonade was chock full of
stuff, and I want to address some of them.
Londale Theus Jr.: You can taste the dishonesty.
Londale Theus Jr.: It's on your breath as you
Londale Theus Jr.: pass it off so cavalier.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, you know I got bad breath.
Londale Theus Jr.: There's a lot of things that come up.
Londale Theus Jr.: Sometimes I'm eating shrimp.
Londale Theus Jr.: Just 'cuz I smell like shrimp
doesn't mean I'm cheating, but
Londale Theus Jr.: technically it was, because
I did eat shrimp,
Londale Theus Jr.: with Becky with the good hair.
So you were right.
Londale Theus Jr.: Can't you see that there's
no man above you?
Londale Theus Jr.: Can't you see that there's
no man above you?
Londale Theus Jr.: What a wicked way to
treat the girl that loves you.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know, I really appreciate that.
Londale Theus Jr.: There was no other man above
me, except for Jesus.
Londale Theus Jr.: You did put Jesus above me.
Londale Theus Jr.: I felt a 'lil jealous of that.
Londale Theus Jr.: Me and Jesus was about to
go at it, 'cuz I'm Young Hova.
Londale Theus Jr.: Nobody can replace Young Hova.
Londale Theus Jr.: But you know, that's my bad.
Londale Theus Jr.: Something don't feel right,
because it ain't right.
Londale Theus Jr.: Especially coming
up after midnight.
Londale Theus Jr.: I smell your secrets and
I'm not too perfect,
Londale Theus Jr.: to ever feel this worthless.
Londale Theus Jr.: How did it come down to this,
going through your car list?
Londale Theus Jr.: I don't want to lose my pride,
but I'ma fuck me up a bitch.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh my God, baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: I never felt you so angry.
Londale Theus Jr.: But you know what?
Londale Theus Jr.: I get it.
Londale Theus Jr.: You found my password on my
phone, and went through my calls.
Londale Theus Jr.: Saw a couple of d-pics
that I just sent for myself.
Londale Theus Jr.: I didn't even send those out.
Londale Theus Jr.: That was just to kind of, see where
I was at in the world, you know?
Londale Theus Jr.: Taking stock of my penis.
Londale Theus Jr.: But you know what?
Londale Theus Jr.: I love the fact that you're angry,
Londale Theus Jr.: because that means
you care about me.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's all I really wanted to feel.
Londale Theus Jr.: So go ahead. Swing that bat girl.
Londale Theus Jr.: What's worse?
Londale Theus Jr.: Looking jealous or crazy?
Londale Theus Jr.: Jealous or crazy?
Londale Theus Jr.: Or like walked all over lately,
walked all over lately.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'd rather be crazy.
Londale Theus Jr.: Jealously is okay, you know.
Londale Theus Jr.: I mean crazy is a little...
Londale Theus Jr.: I mean that's out there, you know.
Londale Theus Jr.: Crazy leads to people
hurting each other.
Londale Theus Jr.: Jealousy leads to conversations.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'd rather have a conversation
with you baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'll would never walk all over you again,
unless you want me give you a massage
Londale Theus Jr.: with my feet, while I walk
on your back. I'ma do that.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's only because you
want me to, baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: It's such a shame that you let
this good love go to waste.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh baby. It's not over yet.
Londale Theus Jr.: I need more of that good love.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah, I messed up. I did.
Londale Theus Jr.: But I'm not going to let
it go to waste. Please recycle it
Londale Theus Jr.: Who the fuck do you
think that I am?
Londale Theus Jr.: You ain't married to
no average bitch boy.
Londale Theus Jr.: I do agree with that.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm married to an amazing Queen.
Londale Theus Jr.: And you know, I don't
call you bitch.
Londale Theus Jr.: I would never do that.
Londale Theus Jr.: And I am a boy, because young
boys mistreat their Queens, but I'ma
Londale Theus Jr.: be a man. Okay?
Londale Theus Jr.: I'ma be a man.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am the dragon breathing
fire, beautiful mane.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am the lion.
Londale Theus Jr.: Beautiful man I know you're lying.
Londale Theus Jr.: Alright well technically baby
only male lions have a mane.
Londale Theus Jr.: So, I mean, I'm not trying to correct
you I'm just saying that you would be switching
Londale Theus Jr.: genders on me which is beautiful.
I guess how you feel.
Londale Theus Jr.: If you trying to turn into a man,
because you're trans, I'm with it.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know what I'm talking about?
As long as you still keep the body.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
Londale Theus Jr.: Like I said I'm all about the LGBT.
Londale Theus Jr.: I mean, I think it's a powerful
statement to Blue Ivy
Londale Theus Jr.: She's got a trans man, and another
man. Together I smell the
Londale Theus Jr.: fragrance on you Louis knit boy.
Londale Theus Jr.: Just give my fat ass a big kiss, boy.
Londale Theus Jr.: So now I'm fucking up all your shit, boy.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know what? I really agree that
you should mess up all my stuff.
Londale Theus Jr.: You should like break everything:
my records, my Gold Records.
Londale Theus Jr.: This is your final warning.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know I give you life. If you try
this shit again you're going to lose your wife.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh come on. Why you gotta do
ultimatums like that?
Londale Theus Jr.: I mean, we're working through this.
You don't have to go to extremes right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: Alright?
Londale Theus Jr.: Duking me like, one time you literally
gave me the Heimlich maneuver.
Londale Theus Jr.: I almost choked on a
piece of shrimp.
Londale Theus Jr.: What is wrong with
me and shrimp?
Londale Theus Jr.: Everytime I eat shrimp
something bad happens.
Londale Theus Jr.: I really gotta change
my diet B. Help me.
Londale Theus Jr.: Looking at my watch.
He should've been home.
Londale Theus Jr.: Today, I regret the night
I put that ring on.
Londale Theus Jr.: He always got them
fuckin' excuses.
Londale Theus Jr.: Come on baby. You made a song:
Londale Theus Jr.: If you like it you should've
put a ring on it
Londale Theus Jr.: and I did so please don't fall back
on that. That's a number one hit for a reason,
Londale Theus Jr.: because you love me. I mean yeah,
I do be coming home late.
Londale Theus Jr.: I mean, your watch sometimes, be
acting funky. We need to take it to a watchmaker.
Londale Theus Jr.: But still, you can read the sun.
Londale Theus Jr.: W hen the Sun goes down I should
be home, and I was out creeping.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm a creep.
Londale Theus Jr.: He only want me when I'm not there.
He better call Becky with the good hair.
Londale Theus Jr.: First of all, I think you got great
hair, alright. You know what?
Londale Theus Jr.: Your hair is exquisite.
Londale Theus Jr.: Becky, I mean Becky I don't
know who Becky is.
Londale Theus Jr.: Alright, you know what? Forget
I said that. You know what?
Londale Theus Jr.: I just insinuated myself.
You know what?
Londale Theus Jr.: I think you got beautiful hair,
alright. Even if it's not yours.
Londale Theus Jr.: I think it's good you know you got a
lot of wigs, and they're beautiful.
Londale Theus Jr.: Becky don't got wigs it's natural you know
I was drawn to that and that's my bad my.
Londale Theus Jr.: My daddy warned me about men like you.
He said, "Baby girl he's playing you."
Londale Theus Jr.: First of all your daddy
is crazy, all right.
Londale Theus Jr.: I mean you left him a long time
ago because he's like the
Londale Theus Jr.: Ike Turner in this generation.
And why you listen to your daddy?
Londale Theus Jr.: I mean, yeah, sometimes you know a snake
knows a snake and everything like that, but
Londale Theus Jr.: you know what? First of all he's only
like 10 years older than me.
Londale Theus Jr.: So, I guess he probably does
know a lot about my habits.
Londale Theus Jr.: I apologize. Your daddy
is a smart man.
Londale Theus Jr.: I've always been committed. I've
been focused. I've always paid attention.
Londale Theus Jr.: Been devoted. Tell me
what did I do wrong?
Londale Theus Jr.: I mean baby we can go back and forth all day
with what we did wrong there's a long list,
Londale Theus Jr.: but why are we getting into that, alright?
Let's get into apologies and healing.
Londale Theus Jr.: You would sing way too loud when you
were brushing your teeth in the morning.
Londale Theus Jr.: I couldn't focus.
Londale Theus Jr.: Sometimes you sweat
a lot in your sleep.
Londale Theus Jr.: I mean that messes up
my sleep. I mean, sometimes
Londale Theus Jr.: I gotta walk outside to the
balcony just to get fresh air,
Londale Theus Jr.: but it's really not about your
issues it's about me baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: Why are you putting it on yourself?
Londale Theus Jr.: It's on me I messed up.
Sometimes your tears are too hot.
Londale Theus Jr.: You keep...never mind.
Londale Theus Jr.: 10 times out of 9 I know you're lying.
9 times Outta 10, I know you're trying.
Londale Theus Jr.: First of all it's physically impossible
for me to lie 10 times out of 9.
Londale Theus Jr.: I lie 9 times outta 9 times, if you're
going to put me on that.
Londale Theus Jr.: But yeah you know 90% of the time I'm
trying and I really appreciate that, you know.
Londale Theus Jr.: But 1 times out of 10...is that?
I'm bad at math, baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm just good at counting
these millions.
Londale Theus Jr.: If it ain't a million I don't
know how to count it.
Londale Theus Jr.: Are you aware you're my lifeline?
Are you trying to kill me?
Londale Theus Jr.: If I wasn't me, would
you still feel me?
Londale Theus Jr.: Like on my worst day, or am
I not thirs-tay enough.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yo baby,
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm your life line. I'm your
IV like Blue Ivy. Aye!
Londale Theus Jr.: But yeah, if you wasn't you I would
not feel you, because you're Beyoncé.
Londale Theus Jr.: You're unique and special.
That's why I love you.
Londale Theus Jr.: If you were Rita Ora...
oh man, hold up.
Londale Theus Jr.: (Laughs) You know I'm just saying other people
like if you were Rita Ora or Becky with good hair,
Londale Theus Jr.: I would not feel you like that because
they are lesser than you.
Londale Theus Jr.: I don't know why I specifically said
those, names but I want Beyoncé to be Beyoncé.
Londale Theus Jr.: Even on your worst day is my best
day because your my baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: Picture snapshot to frame. Bitch I
scratched out your name, and your face.
Londale Theus Jr.: What is it about you that I can't erase baby?
Londale Theus Jr.: First of all, you can't erase these lips. I've got really big lips.
Londale Theus Jr.: You're going to have to do a lot of scratching, and you're going to need like a manicure
Londale Theus Jr.: in the middle of the scratching just to like re-up, and then start
Londale Theus Jr.: scratching again, just to get it all off.
I mean that's just physics right there.
Londale Theus Jr.: It's hard to forget this face.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahahahaha.
Londale Theus Jr.: Plus, you see it on like smoking ads like Camel's cigarettes.
Londale Theus Jr.: Like my face is everywhere.
Londale Theus Jr.: We build sandcastles that washed away. I made you cry when I walked away.
Londale Theus Jr.: And although I promised that I couldn't stay baby,
Londale Theus Jr.: every promise don't work out that way. First of all when did you see me crying, because
Londale Theus Jr.: you know, I keep that very close, you know. I wear big sunglasses all the time.
Londale Theus Jr.: It was dark I mean I could have been just Breathing heavily, or had like a sinus infection,
Londale Theus Jr.: or some allergies.
I wasn't crying.
Londale Theus Jr.: I wasn't crying...
oh man I'm crying right.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh man, see you got me feeling all emotional.
Who could do that to me but you?
Londale Theus Jr.: I found the truth beneath your lies
and true love never has to hide.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah that's right. True love never has to hide,
but sometimes when the paparazzi out
Londale Theus Jr.: we gotta cover up. Right?
Londale Theus Jr.: And so the world is the paparazzi all
in our business and we need to keep it
Londale Theus Jr.: separate from the world so like, you know,
Lemonade you just gave everything
Londale Theus Jr.: to the paparazzi. You showed like a butt
naked baby picture to the paparazzi.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's what lemonade was.
I would have kept it secret baby,
Londale Theus Jr.: you know, work it out with
a therapist or something,
Londale Theus Jr.: even though black people
don't like therapy.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry.
I'm sorry. Yes sir. Yep.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so sorry.
I'm sad right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sad.
I'm so sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yo baby, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: How do I say it?
I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I got tears in my eyes.
Gotta make the song cry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry. I'm so sad right now.
If you could only see my face
Londale Theus Jr.: you would see the sadness.
I'm sad. Very, very sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hove is sad. The whole Roc is sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: Young Hova is sorry. Yo, for real,
overall I like Lemonade.
Londale Theus Jr.: It was an amazing piece of art, but
you know some parts did get scary.
Londale Theus Jr.: They got a little dark you know like you're
going to wear his skin where her hand is
Londale Theus Jr.: gloves. Her teeth is confetti? Like, for real?
That kinda puts the lotion on the skin
Londale Theus Jr.: type vibe. You know what I'm talking about?
Like you're getting real Silence of the Lamb
Londale Theus Jr.: serial type stuff. It's like a horror movie
that M. Night Shyamalan
Londale Theus Jr.: would write, but it probably would not do well in
theaters, because you know he's been off lately.
Londale Theus Jr.: But baby, that's some scary
stuff right there.
Londale Theus Jr.: For real lemonade was a masterpiece.
You know, the first 90% of it, it was brave.
Londale Theus Jr.: It was really brave, but remember the last 10% of it forgiveness and Redemption.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah that was beautiful.
Baby, that's the part I really enjoyed.
Londale Theus Jr.: You need to remember that part, you know,
because we need to not really remember
Londale Theus Jr.: where we start off, but where
we finished, you know.
Londale Theus Jr.: The finish is important, and I feel like
the ending of the Lemonade is where
Londale Theus Jr.: we really need to focus on, because remember
when I was chasing Blue Ivy
Londale Theus Jr.: on the football field?
That was beautiful right?
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
Londale Theus Jr.: That was the best part to me.
That was like amazing.
Londale Theus Jr.: I was like, where did she get that footage
I didn't even know she was filming.
Londale Theus Jr.: That was really powerful right. That
should've been most of the video.
Londale Theus Jr.: You should have just took the home
videos of me playing with Blue Ivy, and
Londale Theus Jr.: how much of a good father I was. Maybe
that should be your follow-up
Londale Theus Jr.: to Lemonade. Yeah, I mean, if you're
having girl problems I feel bad for you son
Londale Theus Jr.: I've got 100 problems,
and you are all of them.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry. I'm so sad.
I'm sorry. Baby, I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry. I'm so, so, sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: The Roc is feeling sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm crying, and I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so sad right now.
My fround is upside down.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's what I want to turn to,
but now my smile is in a pile of shit,
Londale Theus Jr.: because I'm sad. I'm not very
happy right now. I so sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Haha.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am very sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: The things that I did to my wife made
her sad, and now I am sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: This is my art. The art of me being
sad. What a terrible thing I did.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am so sad. When I got out of that elevator
I was sad. I was sad, because Solange
Londale Theus Jr.: hit me hard in my face. Now I am sad,
becasue the move my wife made
Londale Theus Jr.: was very sad, and it made me sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am so, so sorry that I cheated on
you with Becky with the good hair.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
Londale Theus Jr.: It makes me sad to think how
poorly I timed this affair.
Londale Theus Jr.: I could've, should've, would've had
sex with Becky with the good hair
Londale Theus Jr.: 20 years ago, before I was your
husband, but I can't turn back time.
Londale Theus Jr.: I can't undo the affair or or move
the fair to a less incriminating important
Londale Theus Jr.: time. It is so sad that science
hasn't figured that out yet.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am so sad. I made a mistake
and science did too.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am sorry. I am sorry man who has
done something that makes me sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Like the clouds in the sky and the
rain in the sky I think my oh my, why oh why,
Londale Theus Jr.: like I sad French fry, I am sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am sorry for having so much
perfume on my clothes.
Londale Theus Jr.: Why did I spray myself with the
perfume of the ladies I slept with?
Londale Theus Jr.: It was like the dumbest
things that I could do.
Londale Theus Jr.: I basically told you I was cheating
by putting perfume on my clothes.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am sorry for not washing my clothes.
I wish I knew where the washing machine
Londale Theus Jr.: was in our house. Then I would have washed my
dirty sex close as soon as I got home,
Londale Theus Jr.: but I do not know where the washing machine
is because I'm a terrible husband.
Londale Theus Jr.: and we are rich so our maid
always washes are clothes.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am sorry to the maid as well.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am sad.
I am destruction
Londale Theus Jr.: I am a bowling ball careening into an
old TV that is already on fire.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am sad. In this one,
I am the bat.
Londale Theus Jr.: Sometimes, time breaks and that makes
me sad, but not as sad as knowing
Londale Theus Jr.: how much I hurt you, my wife. I am so sad.
Sometimes, a slow motion baby
Londale Theus Jr.: is the only thing to distract me from my pain.
I don't deserve to look at this baby, baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: I am sad. I am the axe,
but also I am also the wood.
Londale Theus Jr.: I want the beach to
know that I am sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: I want the rain to
know, I'm sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: In case the beach
forgot I am sad
Londale Theus Jr.: Has anyone told this
umbrella how sad I am?
Londale Theus Jr.: Even the boy I SAT tutor
can't handle my sadness.
Londale Theus Jr.: I don't like to project human feelings
onto animals, but this dog looks sad,
Londale Theus Jr.: like me. Sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I feel so small right
now in this galaxy.
Londale Theus Jr.: It makes me so sad, that as insignificant
as I was, I still mistreated my baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: Now I'm thinking of Bill Cosby. I'm just
like him. I should be a Jell-O endorser.
Londale Theus Jr.: And then [...?]. What
a sad person I am.
Londale Theus Jr.: You was jiggly as that Jell-O,
and I didn't appreciate it.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh no. She's depressed. That's why
her eyes are closed, and that's how I feel.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm going to slowly close my eye lids,
and drift off and forget about this
Londale Theus Jr.: like it never happened,
because I'm sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah. I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: This is exactly how I feel. I feel like
an old building in black and white.
Londale Theus Jr.: I need you to restore
me to vibrancy,
Londale Theus Jr.: because I feel dead inside.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh man, I remember when I
first took you on a skiing trip.
Londale Theus Jr.: That was beautiful.
Londale Theus Jr.: I wish I could take you again, but no.
I can't, because I messed up.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: My heart is as cold as these
pine trees in these mountains.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm trying to melt this ice with
the sunniness of your smile,
Londale Theus Jr.: but I'm too sad.
I'm sad right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at this water.
It's dirty - it's dirt in the water
Londale Theus Jr.: just like in my
deeds. It's dirt.
Trees.
Londale Theus Jr.: They're dying.
Londale Theus Jr.: Now it's a winter of
our discontent.
Londale Theus Jr.: This is how I feel.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm drowning in sorrow.
I'm drowning
Londale Theus Jr.: I can't get up. Somebody
please help me. I'm too sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at all these bubbles.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh no, I feel like that's where my
love is right now in a graveyard,
Londale Theus Jr.: because I messed up.
Buried 6 feet deep.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know what? I bet the
beehive want to do that to
Londale Theus Jr.: Becky with a good hair,
and put it six feet under,
Londale Theus Jr.: but you know what, I
wouldn't be against it.
Londale Theus Jr.: It would just make my job
easier to apologize.
Londale Theus Jr.: See baby, I remember when you
were first taking fighting classes,
Londale Theus Jr.: and you were like, "Baby, if you ever cheat
on me, I'm going to give you these hands,"
Londale Theus Jr.: and baby I tell you right now,
if you wanted to tune me up,
Londale Theus Jr.: put two to the head, and one to
the body, I'm going to take it like a man.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm going to take those
bruises, because I
Londale Theus Jr.: deserve it. I mean, I already
took some from your sister
Londale Theus Jr.: so you might might
as well finish the job.
Londale Theus Jr.: Your sister for real.
She's got hands.
Londale Theus Jr.: I feel like I'm back in the elevator
with Solange. Man, I feel so guilty.
Londale Theus Jr.: I wanted to fight back, but
I was like, nah I deserve it.
Londale Theus Jr.: secretly I wanted Solange
to punch me harder,
Londale Theus Jr.: because I felt guilty but
she couldn't connect.
Londale Theus Jr.: She needs to work on our form you know
she was just kind of swinging wildly
Londale Theus Jr.: If she actually took classes
she could be a contender.
Londale Theus Jr.: See I want to do this to
you right now, but
Londale Theus Jr.: I feel left out. Oh me and wine.
Wine makes you go crazy.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, it was the wine that
made me go crazy.
Londale Theus Jr.: I had a little bit of Chardonnay, and
then, you know, one thing led to another,
Londale Theus Jr.: and now where we are. Separated.
Londale Theus Jr.: I thought I was so cool making
business calls, making deals. Now look at me.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm probably on a balcony like that
alone. Everybody texting me like,
Londale Theus Jr.: "Yo, you in trouble B."
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm like, yeah, I know.
I don't know how to fix.
Londale Theus Jr.: That looks like my chapped lips
right now. That's how I feel, because
Londale Theus Jr.: I've been talking and crying but I can't
find my Chapstick because you usually
Londale Theus Jr.: know where it's at. You know,
you usually keep everything
Londale Theus Jr.: so I know where it's at, because I'm busy,
but you're really good at like remembering things,
Londale Theus Jr.: and I'm not, and now I don't
know where my ChaptStick is.
Londale Theus Jr.: I lost my Coconut Water. I'm starving
out here. Dehydrated.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know, I need something to drink
when I'm crying. I got all these salty tears.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm malnourished without you B.
Londale Theus Jr.: Post-apocalyptic is my soul.
Londale Theus Jr.: I feel like it's The Walking Dead
in my chest right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm cold. I'm shivering. I need somebody to
spoon me in my sleep, but now I'm lonely.
Londale Theus Jr.: This is Blue Ivy's first drawing of us.
Londale Theus Jr.: She was sad. She drew an unhappy face
Londale Theus Jr.: when she found that she was very said,
and she said that this was me.
Londale Theus Jr.: like I know it's you Blue.
Londale Theus Jr.: She's a weird one.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh, I want to do that
again, but in you.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know, like I want to
explode inside of you baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: It's like a metaphor
for an orgasm,
Londale Theus Jr.: but I want to do it with you, not with that...
I forgot her name already.
Londale Theus Jr.: How is she going to incriminate
herself on Instagram?
Londale Theus Jr.: It's like the dumbest thing ever.
I swear she is not too bright.
Londale Theus Jr.: She's just going to put it out there.
I mean, that's like O.J. just saying,
Londale Theus Jr.: Hey I did it. O.J.'s
nuts too.
Londale Theus Jr.: She's the O.J. of
side chicks.
Londale Theus Jr.: Becky with the
good hair is crazy.
Londale Theus Jr.: There's an etiquette to side chicks,
alright. Side dudes have etiquette,
Londale Theus Jr.: side chicks need
an etiquette too.
Londale Theus Jr.: Blowing up my spot!
Londale Theus Jr.: Here's what I did to our
relationship right here,
Londale Theus Jr.: and it makes me sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: You were the neon pink light bulb.
I was the yellow light bulb,
Londale Theus Jr.: and then you know, I just
threw us down in the blender.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Man look at that,
breaking everything apart.
Londale Theus Jr.: No. Wind don't
blow it away.
Londale Theus Jr.: Come back.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's all of Blue Ivy's toys.
I'm getting rid of them.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah,
Londale Theus Jr.: look at these horses.
These horses are free,
Londale Theus Jr.: roaming the forests.
Londale Theus Jr.: You should be free roaming
the forest, finding who you are,
Londale Theus Jr.: because I took that
away from you,
Londale Theus Jr.: And you know, to be honest, Lemonade could've
just been a general exploration of relationships,
Londale Theus Jr.: and not specifically about us.
Londale Theus Jr.: And if that's the case, you know,
ignore everything I'm saying.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm trippin'. I'm crazy.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
Londale Theus Jr.: Maybe this is a general exploration of my
possible love affairs, but like, not specifically
Londale Theus Jr.: about me. I'm just using
me as a subject,
Londale Theus Jr.: just to make it...you know what?
Forget everything I'm saying. I'm crazy.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at all this. I'm so sad
right now. I'm crying.
Londale Theus Jr.: I feel like I'm
being born
Londale Theus Jr.: I remember when you first started
walking in Dangerously in Love
Londale Theus Jr.: you had this crazy sway in your
hips and I was like yes sir, yep.
Londale Theus Jr.: She's my baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: Now you gotta a different
sway in your hips.
Londale Theus Jr.: You sway in your hips like
you want some other dick,
Londale Theus Jr.: and I'm getting real sad and jealous,
but I understand, because I did it first.
Londale Theus Jr.: So I gotta let you get one in
so we can balance it off.
Londale Theus Jr.: I see Serena Williams
in the video.
Londale Theus Jr.: She was looking real...you know what?
I shouldn't even go down that path.
Londale Theus Jr.: Make the same mistakes twice.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's how I felt. All my money
is being blown away,
Londale Theus Jr.: because no one wants to listen to me
anymore they just want to listen to my wife.
Londale Theus Jr.: At least can I have a little bit of
the money you make on this?
Londale Theus Jr.: Help me out.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh look at that.
Tall trees.
Londale Theus Jr.: Sometimes you can't see the
forest through the trees.
Londale Theus Jr.: Sometimes you can't see the side chicks for the
marriage. You know what I'm talking about?
Londale Theus Jr.: I don't know what that means.
I was just trying to reach for something.
Londale Theus Jr.: But, it's in the reaching that
is admirable. Is it not?
Londale Theus Jr.: Beyoncé. Countdown.
Count up. 25 years.
Londale Theus Jr.: I don't know what I've been doing for 25 years,
but hopefully I can be with you for another 35 years.
Londale Theus Jr.: I wanted to get married
on a ship like this.
Londale Theus Jr.: All white. Kind of crusty.
Londale Theus Jr.: You know, something that had
a little bit of character, unlike me.
Londale Theus Jr.: I feel lonely right now. Every time I eat
lunch I'm like this little, this little goat,
Londale Theus Jr.: this little lamb. No one wants
to eat will like with me.
Londale Theus Jr.: I called Memphis Bleek up and I'm like,
yo Memph, I got a mean sub on the way
Londale Theus Jr.: let's enjoy a six-inch
and he's like,
Londale Theus Jr.: "Naw fam. You cheated on
your wife. Gotta fall back."
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm like, Memphis we've been
together since the beginning.
Londale Theus Jr.: Like man, she was a queen,
Londale Theus Jr.: and you did her wrong.
Londale Theus Jr.: Rubber duckies they flowing up stream,
going up to bigger and better places.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm just blowing downstream
because I'm sad
Londale Theus Jr.: going to an abyss.
Londale Theus Jr.: Remember when we first took a
bath together? It was so adorable.
Londale Theus Jr.: We had GI Joe figurines, and
we are playing like kids.
Londale Theus Jr.: Now I'm in my bathtub alone, I
got a GI Joe and a Ninja Turtle, but
Londale Theus Jr.: they don't want to play.
Londale Theus Jr.: They just look at me with a guilty
look like man I can't believe you did it.
Londale Theus Jr.: And I'm crying.
Londale Theus Jr.: Half the bathtub is
filled with tears,
Londale Theus Jr.: which really isn't
good for my skin.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm getting more wrinkly.
Londale Theus Jr.: This is all my breakfast's now.
Londale Theus Jr.: Soggy cereal in a cup not even
a bowl like a human being,
Londale Theus Jr.: because I don't know how to make
breakfast. I mean technically neither do you, but
Londale Theus Jr.: our maid, she only does it
when you are around.
Londale Theus Jr.: Now that you're gone she don't
want to make me no cereal.
Londale Theus Jr.: I need my glasses. I'm losing focus,
just like I lost focus in our marriage.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby I really think you should do this
new dance step in your video.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry. I'm just trying to support
you in whatever way I can, because I'm so sad
Londale Theus Jr.: that I messed up. I'm sure you've got
better dance moves than that,
Londale Theus Jr.: you know.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at the waves crashing down,
just disappearing into the shore.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh my goodness I feel like a
monkey. I'll do whatever you want me to do.
Londale Theus Jr.: I have a cat over my head.
I'll play violin. I'll skate.
Londale Theus Jr.: Whatever you want. I'm your
dancing monkey baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: You're the conductor with the
weird hat looking like a milkman.
Londale Theus Jr.: I walk on my hands.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, I'll do whatever you want,
just please accept my apology.
Londale Theus Jr.: I feel like I'm [...?].
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah, I thought that was
going to be mustard,
Londale Theus Jr.: but that looks more like barbecue.
Londale Theus Jr.: Say baby, sometimes the unexpected
is what comes out.
Londale Theus Jr.: I did not expect Lemonade to come out. You
were like the barbecue of this yellow canister
Londale Theus Jr.: that just popped out.
Londale Theus Jr.: Had the world on fire.
Londale Theus Jr.: I feel like a golf ball right now, but
your baseball bat knocked me out.
Londale Theus Jr.: Bam!
Londale Theus Jr.: I deserved that. I deserve to be hit in
the woods, and for a crocodile to eat me.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's what I deserve, and
now I'm ready for it.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at all this sand. The sand
of time. Sand castles.
Londale Theus Jr.: I built our love on a sand castle.
I should've built a real castle,
Londale Theus Jr.: except out of concrete made out
of marble that counldn't be destructive.
Londale Theus Jr.: But naw, the wind blew.
And by the wind, I mean
some side booty.
Londale Theus Jr.: Sometimes, I just need to get away B,
maybe go on vacation.
Londale Theus Jr.: Like this right here, and maybe find
you know, some guy there who wants to
Londale Theus Jr.: take you out on a date. That's cool.
I think you need to explore something,
Londale Theus Jr.: just to get over this anger,
and I'm with it.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at this man here. I used to cook
cocaine just as good as this dude did,
Londale Theus Jr.: and now I became a kingpin
of the game, honestly.
Londale Theus Jr.: Now look at me. I'm thinking
of slangin' the coke,
Londale Theus Jr.: because I ain't got nothing left to lose,
because I already lost my baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: Becky with the good hair.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah that's what I should...I'm going
to tattoo this all over my body.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm going to tattoo love and fire, because
I know it burns. It burns day and night for you.
Londale Theus Jr.: That should be us right here.
That's limeade, really. That's not Lemonade.
Londale Theus Jr.: We need some limeade, because
that lime is really good for healing things.
Londale Theus Jr.: So I think your next album
should be Limeade: Repairing.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at the rainbow umbrella.
Baby, I support gay rights.
Londale Theus Jr.: That was a tangent. I just want to
let you know that I'm a good man.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm just trying to...I'm just trying to
make myself look good at this point.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm just trying to bring back all the
positives in you. Don't forget.
Londale Theus Jr.: Your boy Jay Z supports LGBT.
Londale Theus Jr.: That is beautiful right here.
Londale Theus Jr.: You got these two palm trees,
but they're not in the center,
Londale Theus Jr.: there to the left,
to the left, to the left.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, I remember your music.
I sing it back to you, and that's beautiful.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at all this, everybody waiting
for the track, for the apology track.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's for my fans right there.
Londale Theus Jr.: 8 seagulls. You got a whole
Beehive. I got 8 seagulls.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at the sunset.
Londale Theus Jr.: I hope this sunset does not
set on our relationship.
Londale Theus Jr.: I don't want the sun to set, baby.
I want the sun to rise
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah, I remember.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hey, look at this milk.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, sometimes I just want to be on
morphine so I don't feel the pain no more.
Londale Theus Jr.: I just want to go to sleep.
I just want to get my Blue Ivy.
Londale Theus Jr.: I can't live without my Ivy. Blue Ivy tripping
into my veins, because I love my child.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at the waves. That's just the waves...
that's Kanye song. That's not mine.
Londale Theus Jr.: You've got me delirious.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at this old church.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh, you know what?
That's the problem.
Londale Theus Jr.: We never went on hikes together. We've
always been on tour, and all that,
Londale Theus Jr.: but we've never just been in nature.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yes, I'm going to take
you on a hike, baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'ma refurbish our relationship
like this building right here.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'ma paint, paint all the walls.
I'ma do it myself.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'ma put a drywall in.
I'ma frame it, you know,
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm going to put some nice decorations,
and that's going to be our love.
Londale Theus Jr.: This is going to be Blue
Ivy's room right here.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm just going to buy a church,
and be like, Blue Ivy this you,
Londale Theus Jr.: because I believe in our baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: I don't know what that is,
but I feel like it sometimes.
Londale Theus Jr.: Underwater, real weird looking.
That's how I feel.
Londale Theus Jr.: I want to drink beer right now, because at
least if I was an alcoholic that would
Londale Theus Jr.: kind of explain my situation,
and I could kind of fall back on my
Londale Theus Jr.: alcoholism, and be like baby,
sorry I'm an alcoholic.
Londale Theus Jr.: And you'll be like,
"You know what? You need help."
Londale Theus Jr.: But I don't drink like that. That's why
I can only blame myself.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so sad right now. Look at that.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm thinking of Prince because it's purple.
Now I'm getting even more sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: Prince was a freak too, but at least
he treated his women right.
Londale Theus Jr.: I should treat you right, baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: You my jellyfish. I'm your water.
I don't know what that technically means,
Londale Theus Jr.: but it feels special.
Londale Theus Jr.: Pine cones. Yeah.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's where we are. We're just pine
cones on a Christmas tree, baby,
Londale Theus Jr.: and I messed with
another ornament.
Londale Theus Jr.: I messed with a candy cane.
Candy canes are not good for you.
Londale Theus Jr.: I should have stay
with my pine cone.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
Londale Theus Jr.: That one song that little
country song you made about
Londale Theus Jr.: your pops, that's a great song.
Londale Theus Jr.: There's my Blue Ivy again, dripping
into me. That's just her
Londale Theus Jr.: snotty nose dripping on me
that's what it feels like.
Londale Theus Jr.: Blue Ivy, she's really
got a sinus problem.
Londale Theus Jr.: You need to fix that B.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's why we need to get back
together. So we can deal with our kid.
Londale Theus Jr.: And I'm still sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I feel like I just want to go in a
tomb right now. You know?
Londale Theus Jr.: Escape from the world.
Londale Theus Jr.: Put rocks all over me, but when I'm ready
I'll come back resurrected a new man.
Londale Theus Jr.: A better person.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yo, you should you should do a music
video here be it's like real cultural,
Londale Theus Jr.: or something like that. Yeah.
Like Girls Run the World Part 2.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah I'm about to...
Londale Theus Jr.: I feel crazy. Man, this is
making my brain hurt.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's every time I close
my eyes, I see this.
Londale Theus Jr.: The world is moving too fast. I'm
having seizures, because I miss my baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: Everything ends in ruins.
Londale Theus Jr.: Look at this right here.
Londale Theus Jr.: I mean how can you not be sad.
This used to be something
Londale Theus Jr.: special. This used to be like a
huge building of some sort, where
Londale Theus Jr.: everyone went to. That's how I used to be.
I used to be a huge hip hop legend,
Londale Theus Jr.: and I cheated on you
and now I'm in ruins.
Londale Theus Jr.: I got like mold and moss
growing on my sides right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: I got like a brick missing.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm not happy like this dude here.
I'm sad. I'm the opposite.
Londale Theus Jr.: This is why I showed you this image.
I showed you the opposite of how I feel.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah.
Londale Theus Jr.: This is probably Greece. Remember,
all those great three stories?
Londale Theus Jr.: Olympus. Hercules. All that.
Londale Theus Jr.: I read that to our baby Blue Ivy,
Londale Theus Jr.: just to get her cultured. That's a positive
thing that I do that you should not forget.
Londale Theus Jr.: So remember, I read Greek
mythologies to our baby.
Londale Theus Jr.: So don't leave me B.
Londale Theus Jr.: What other rapper would do that?
Londale Theus Jr.: There's probably a few. A lot of people
like Greek Mythology, but you know that's
Londale Theus Jr.: beside the point. Just remember me.
I'm sorry. I'm so sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry. Baby, I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so, so sorry. I'm so sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: The Roc is feeling sad.
I'm so sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahahaha.
I'm crying, and I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so sad right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: My frown is upside down.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's what I want to turn to.
Londale Theus Jr.: But now, my smile
is in a pile of shit,
Londale Theus Jr.: because I'm sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm not very happy right now.
I'm so sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: To be or not to be.
That is the question.
Londale Theus Jr.: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune,
Londale Theus Jr.: Or to take arms against
a sea of troubles,
Londale Theus Jr.: And by opposing end them?
Londale Theus Jr.: To die: to sleep;
Londale Theus Jr.: No more; and by a sleep to say we end
Londale Theus Jr.: The heart-ache and the
thousand natural shocks
Londale Theus Jr.: That flesh is heir to,
'tis a consummation
Londale Theus Jr.: Devoutly to be wish'd.
Londale Theus Jr.: To die, to sleep;
Londale Theus Jr.: To sleep: perchance to dream:
ay, there's the rub;
Londale Theus Jr.: For in that sleep of death
what dreams may come
Londale Theus Jr.: When we have shuffled
off this mortal coil,
Londale Theus Jr.: Must give us pause:
there's the respect
Londale Theus Jr.: That makes calamity
of so long life;
Londale Theus Jr.: For who would bear the
whips and scorns of time,
Londale Theus Jr.: The oppressor's wrong,
the proud man's contumely,
Londale Theus Jr.: The pangs of despised love,
the law's delay,
Londale Theus Jr.: The insolence of office
and the spurns
Londale Theus Jr.: That patient merit of
the unworthy takes,
Londale Theus Jr.: When he himself might
his quietus make
Londale Theus Jr.: With a bare bodkin?
Londale Theus Jr.: who would fardels bear,
Londale Theus Jr.: To grunt and sweat
under a weary life,
Londale Theus Jr.: But that the dread of
something after death,
Londale Theus Jr.: The undiscovered country
from whose bourn
Londale Theus Jr.: No traveller returns,
puzzles the will
Londale Theus Jr.: And makes us rather bear
those ills we have
Londale Theus Jr.: Than fly to others that
we know not of?
Londale Theus Jr.: Thus conscience does
make cowards of us all;
Londale Theus Jr.: And enterprises of great
pith and moment
Londale Theus Jr.: With this regard their
currents turn awry,
Londale Theus Jr.: And lose the name of action.
--Soft you now!
Londale Theus Jr.: The fair Beyoncé!
Londale Theus Jr.: Nymph, in thy orisons
Londale Theus Jr.: Be all my sins remember'd.
Londale Theus Jr.: What the Hell was that?
I don't even know. I'm sorry
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry. I'm so sad. I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Baby, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry. I'm so, so sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: The Roc is feeling sad. I'm so sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm crying and I'm sorry.
I'm so sad right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: My frown is upside down.
That's what I want to turn to,
Londale Theus Jr.: but now my smile is in a pile
of shit, because I'm sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm not very happy right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so sad. I'm sorry.
I'm so sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hahaha.
I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Now I am sad again.
Wow.
Londale Theus Jr.: I've been sad for 20 minutes now, and
you've been sad since you put the ring on
Londale Theus Jr.: which was 10 years ago? 6 years ago?
I don't remember these things.
Londale Theus Jr.: This sadness is pulsing
through my veins.
Londale Theus Jr.: I think I'm going to change
my name to Jay Sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: That's how sad I am.
I feel so sad and worthless.
Londale Theus Jr.: Fuck. I ain't worth nothing now. I mean, I am worth about $520 million dollars, but
Londale Theus Jr.: outside of that I have no worth.
I mean, I'm worth a lot (Laughs),
Londale Theus Jr.: but I mean, I am worthless emotionally.
Londale Theus Jr.: What I'm trying to say is I have a
lot of money, a fuck ton of money,
Londale Theus Jr.: but what I don't have is worth that you
gave me, because I have a lot of money,
Londale Theus Jr.: like a lot, it is my heart
that feels sad and worthless.
Londale Theus Jr.: My wallet is fine. I have so much money.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm still so sad, and it's not even a
good kind of artistic sad.
Londale Theus Jr.: Usually I take this sadness and write
a lot of sad angry rap, but I
Londale Theus Jr.: can't even do that right now.
Also if I try to put out any music right
Londale Theus Jr.: now I don't think people would be too happy.
So many people are mad at me right now.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hey yo, Beyoncé, I love the beautiful
poetry in Lemonade, and you know I
Londale Theus Jr.: want to express myself in that form,
but usually I rap about being a baller,
Londale Theus Jr.: having a lot of money and being a boss.
So, I had to reach out to figure the
Londale Theus Jr.: best balance, and "I'm sorry" songs,
so I can apologize to you.
Londale Theus Jr.: So, I hit up the Google search,
and this is what came up.
Londale Theus Jr.: Straight fire apologies.
Londale Theus Jr.: You gotta go and get angry
at all of my honesty
Londale Theus Jr.: You know I try but I don't do
too well with apologies
Londale Theus Jr.: I hope I don't run out of time,
could someone call a referee?
Londale Theus Jr.: 'Cause I just need one more
shot at forgiveness
Londale Theus Jr.: I know you know that I made
those mistakes but maybe once or twice
Londale Theus Jr.: By once or twice I mean maybe a
couple a hundred times
Londale Theus Jr.: So let me, oh let me redeem,
oh redeem, oh myself tonight
Londale Theus Jr.: 'Cause I just need one more
shot at second chances
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah, is it too late
now to say sorry?
Londale Theus Jr.: 'Cause I'm missing more
than just your body
Londale Theus Jr.: Haha.
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh, is it too late now to say sorry?
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah I know that I let you down
Londale Theus Jr.: Is it too late to say I'm sorry now?
Londale Theus Jr.: Ooh, ooh, ooh
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry, yeah
Londale Theus Jr.: Ooh,
Londale Theus Jr.: Sorry, yeah
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah I know that I let you down
Londale Theus Jr.: Is it too late to say I'm sorry now?
Londale Theus Jr.: Haha.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'll take every single piece of
the blame if you want me to
Londale Theus Jr.: But you know that there is no
innocent one in this game for two
Londale Theus Jr.: I'll go, I'll go and then you go,
you go out and spill the truth
Londale Theus Jr.: Can we both say the words
and forget this?
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah, is it too late now
to say sorry?
Londale Theus Jr.: 'Cause I'm missing more
than just your body
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh, is it too late now
to say sorry?
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah I know that I let you down
Londale Theus Jr.: Is it too late to say I'm sorry now?
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm not just trying to get
you back on me
Londale Theus Jr.: 'Cause I'm missing more
than just your body
Londale Theus Jr.: Is it too late now to say sorry?
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah I know that I let you down
Londale Theus Jr.: Is it too late to say I'm sorry now?
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah I know that I let you down
Londale Theus Jr.: Is it too late to say I'm sorry now?
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry, yeah
Londale Theus Jr.: Sorry, yeah
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Yeah I know that I let you down
Londale Theus Jr.: Is it too late to say I'm sorry now?
Londale Theus Jr.: Yo, I'm sorry.
Londale Theus Jr.: Justin Bieber probably said that whole thing
better than me, but I thought I'd give it a shot
Londale Theus Jr.: Here's another Justin song.
Damn, Bieber knows how I feel.
Londale Theus Jr.: What do you mean?
Londale Theus Jr.: When you nod your head yes
Londale Theus Jr.: But you wanna say no
Londale Theus Jr.: What do you mean? Hey
Londale Theus Jr.: When you don't want me to move
Londale Theus Jr.: But you tell me to go
Londale Theus Jr.: What do you mean?
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh, what do you mean?
Londale Theus Jr.: Said we're running out of time
Londale Theus Jr.: What do you mean?
Londale Theus Jr.: What do you mean?
Londale Theus Jr.: Better make up your mind
Londale Theus Jr.: What do you mean?
Londale Theus Jr.: You're so indecisive of
what I'm saying
Londale Theus Jr.: Trying to catch the beat,
make up your heart
Londale Theus Jr.: Don't know if you're happy,
or complaining
Londale Theus Jr.: Don't want for us to
end where do I start
Londale Theus Jr.: First you wanna go to the
left and you want to turn right
Londale Theus Jr.: Wanna argue all day,
make love all night
Londale Theus Jr.: First you up and you're
down and then between
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh I really want to know
Londale Theus Jr.: What do you mean? Ooh
Londale Theus Jr.: Okay, like for real, I get what
you mean you were very clear.
Londale Theus Jr.: It was a straightforward,
but I really like this song.
Londale Theus Jr.: Hello,
Londale Theus Jr.: Yo I'm in the booth, I'ma
call you right back,
Londale Theus Jr.: No I just gotta put this
one part down, I'ma call you back,
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm at the studio man,
Londale Theus Jr.: Man quit playing with me man,
Londale Theus Jr.: No for real don't play like that,
Londale Theus Jr.: Are you, are you serious?
Londale Theus Jr.: How you know?
Londale Theus Jr.: Put that on everything,
Londale Theus Jr.: Damn, I'ma call you back,
Londale Theus Jr.: I'ma call you back.
Londale Theus Jr.: Every time I was in L.A.
I was with my ex-girlfriend
Londale Theus Jr.: Every time you called I told
you baby, I'm working
Londale Theus Jr.: Noo, I was out doing my dirt
Londale Theus Jr.: Ohh, wasn't thinking about you getting hurt
Londale Theus Jr.: I was hand in hand in
the Beverly Center
Londale Theus Jr.: Like man, not giving a
damn who sees me
Londale Theus Jr.: So gone, so wrong
Londale Theus Jr.: Acting like I didn't have
you sitting at home
Londale Theus Jr.: Thinking about me, being
the good girl that you are
Londale Theus Jr.: I bet you probably believe
you got a good man
Londale Theus Jr.: A man that never would do the
things I'm about to tell you I've done
Londale Theus Jr.: Brace yourself, it ain't good
Londale Theus Jr.: But it would be ever worse if you
heard this from somebody else
Londale Theus Jr.: Oh no,
Londale Theus Jr.: I know you hate me,
I know I hurt you,
Londale Theus Jr.: But there's more,
Londale Theus Jr.: Listen
Londale Theus Jr.: Watch this...
Londale Theus Jr.: These are my confessions
Londale Theus Jr.: Just when I thought
I said all I can say
Londale Theus Jr.: My chick on the side
said she got one on the way
Londale Theus Jr.: These are my confessions
Londale Theus Jr.: Man I'm thrown and
I don't know what to do
Londale Theus Jr.: I guess I gotta give you
part two of my confessions
Londale Theus Jr.: If I'm gonna tell it
then I gotta tell it all
Londale Theus Jr.: Damn near cried when
I got that phone call
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so thrown and I
don't know what to do
Londale Theus Jr.: But to give you part 2
of my confessions
Londale Theus Jr.: Now this gon' be the hardest
thing I think I ever had to do
Londale Theus Jr.: Got me talkin' to myself askin'
how I'm gon' tell you
Londale Theus Jr.: 'bout that chick on part 1 I told
ya'll I was creepin' with, creepin' with
Londale Theus Jr.: Said she's 3 months pregnant
and she's keepin' it
Londale Theus Jr.: The first thing that comes
to mind was you
Londale Theus Jr.: Second thing was how do I
know if it's mine and is it true
Londale Theus Jr.: Third thing was me wishin'
that I never did what I did
Londale Theus Jr.: How I ain't ready for no kid and
bye bye to our relationship
Londale Theus Jr.: These are my confessions
Londale Theus Jr.: Just when I thought I
said all I can say
Londale Theus Jr.: My chick on the side said
she got one on the way
Londale Theus Jr.: These are my confessions
Londale Theus Jr.: Man I'm thrown and I
don't know what to do
Londale Theus Jr.: I guess I gotta give you
part 2 of my confessions
Londale Theus Jr.: If I'm gonna tell it
then I gotta tell it all
Londale Theus Jr.: Damn near cried when
I got that phone call
Londale Theus Jr.: I'm so throwed and
I don't know what to do
Londale Theus Jr.: But to give you part 2
of my confessions
Londale Theus Jr.: Damn, I know I messed up,
but I'm glad I'm not Usher.

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