Beyonce fans ‘praise God’ that Jay-Z isn’t rapping on ‘Renaissance’

Beyoncé forgave Jay-Z for cheating — but Twitter absolutely will not. 

And cyber savages are celebrating the fact that the Brooklyn-born lyricist isn’t featured rapping on a single track of her long-awaited piece de resistance “Renaissance” album, out Friday. 

“Praise God for no Jay-Z verses,” tweeted one elated Queen Bey buff. 

“The fact that Jay Z ain’t featured in this album is a win in my book,” another chimed. 

“This is one of Beyoncé’s best albums,” added an online admirer of the Grammy-winner. “And see how Jay-Z nowhere near it.”

Beyoncé, 40, however, did grant Jay, 52, her hubby of 14 years, a composer credit on the 16-song production — on which she also seems to make references to the “Girls, Girls, Girls” rapper’s explosive cheating scandal. 

Jay-Z does have a writing credit on Beyoncé’s latest anthology; however, he is not featured rapping on any songs.
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“And I know nobody’s perfect so I’ll let you be, I’ll let you be,” she sings on the track “Plastic Off the Sofa.”

Elsewhere on the creation, Yonce croons, “We don’t need the world’s acceptance. They’re too hard on me, they’re too hard on you, boy,” which appears to be a nod to her forgiving HOV after he allegedly had an affair with an anonymous woman.  

The extramarital dalliance prompted his and sister-in-law Solange Knowles’ infamous elevator brawl after the 2014 Met Gala.

Leaked security surveillance footage showed Knowles, 36, ferociously attacking Jay-Z as they, along with Beyoncé, were leaving a gala after party. 

Beyonce’s younger sister, Solange Knowles, infamously attack Jay-Z after the 2014 Met Gala, allegedly due to his infidelity.

The “‘03 Bonnie & Clyde” collaborating couple’s marital woes, owing to Jay’s tryst, were later detailed in Bey’s acclaimed 2016 oeuvre, “Lemonade.”

On the track “Sorry,” the R&B diva slyly referred to her husband’s mistress as “Becky with the good hair.”

However, neither she nor the “444” emcee has ever revealed the other woman’s true identity. 

Still, on “Renaissance” number “Alien Superstar,” Beyonce issues a stern word of caution to any wannabe competitors, both professional and romantic, warning that there is literally no other human being capable of stealing her thunder.   

“I’m one of one, I’m number one, I’m the only one,” she brags in a velvety baritone.  

“Don’t even waste your time trying to compete with me,” sings Bey. “No one else in this world can think like me. I’m twisted, contradicted, keep him addicted.”

“Lies on his lips, I lick it.”