Will the real Good Hair Becky please stand up? One day after speculation ran rampant that designer Rachel Roy (not chef Rachael Ray) was the "Becky with the good hair" Beyoncé was singing about in the song "Sorry" from her visual album Lemonade, people are wondering if said Becky might actually be British singer Rita Ora. All right, Beyhive, Becky witch hunt—GO!

This hypothesis was not reached through complicated detective work on the part of the fans—Ora threw herself into the mix on Monday by posting a Snapchat photo of herself in a bralette (for people who don't know: a bralette is basically a bra, but without any actual support) decorated with lemons and a necklace with the initial J (for Jay Z? Jezebel? Jazzy Jeff?).

Ora signed to Jay Z's record label Roc Nation in 2008, but in December she filed a lawsuit against the label, seeking to be freed from the contract and citing Mr. Z's developing interests in other endeavors, like sports management and the music streaming service Tidal. She also claimed that Rihanna was offered hit tracks before her, and that her "relationship with Roc Nation is irrevocably damaged." In February, Roc Nation sued Ora right back, claiming that they'd already spent $2.3 million on her second album, which never materialized.


So is Rita Ora Becky? Or is it Rachel Roy? Could it be Becky from Empire? Becky from Roseanne (she had some pretty great hair)? Who will wear the lemons and hold the Becky sceptre next?