Rachel Roy just may be in luck, the Beyhive may have someone else to turn their aggression towards.
According to The Fader, filmmaker Matthew Fulks is suing Queen B, Sony, Columbia and her management company Parkwood Entertainment over visual elements off her 2016 visual album, Lemonade.
Fulks alleged that Beyonce and her camp were aware of his 2014 short film “Palinoia” before they made Lemonade. He knows this because he was approached to work for Columbia with artists MS MR in 2015 and he sent his short film to Bryan Younce of Columbia Records for reference. With the label allegedly having knowledge of his work, he says that the “graffiti and persons with heads down”, “red persons with eyes obscured” and “the grass scene” seen in Lemonade are all his ideas.
Fulks is seeking monetary compensation for profits “attributed to exploitation of his work plus a percentage of Lemonade sales.
Watch both “Palinoia” and “Lemonade” below. Do you see the similarities?
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