Olivia Bahou
Dec 28, 2017 @ 1:45 pm

In the latest episode of the Beyoncé/Jay-Z relationship drama, the couple is collaborating on another project: a music video. Queen Bey makes an appearance in Jay’s music video for “Family Feud” off of his album 4:44, and it’s just as dramatic as you’d expect.

Beyoncé, who is also featured on the track, appears in the teaser video that dropped Thursday. In the clip, she appears in a blue off-one-shoulder dress with a tight corset and tall headpiece.

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The singer waits at the front of a church, staring menacingly into the camera as her husband and daughter Blue Ivy make their way down the aisle. Blue, of course, looks adorable in a white dress with a feathered neckline, while Jay rocks a black tux.

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In another scene, he raps from behind a confessional while Bey is seemingly on the other side, looking fierce in a black dress with dramatic white sculptural sleeves.

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Tidal/Twitter

The Carters aren’t the only ones in the teaser clip: The video also shows a man and woman making out before she stabs him in the side.

“Nobody wins when the family feuds,” Jay-Z raps in the teaser. “Yeah, I’ll fuck up a good thing if you let me / Let me alone, Becky,” he continues on the track, referencing Bey’s “Becky with the good hair” lyric from “Sorry” off of her Lemonade album. Watch the clip above.

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Just a few weeks prior, Jay opened up about their marital struggles in a candid interview with T: The New York Times Style Magazine. “You know, most people walk away,” he said, adding that the couple instead used their art as a therapy session. “Divorce rate is like 50 percent or something ’cause most people can’t see themselves. The hardest thing is seeing pain on someone’s face that you caused, and then have to deal with yourself. So, you know, most people don't want to do that. You don't want to look inside yourself.”

The full music video for “Family Feud” will be released Dec. 29 on Tidal.

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