Two years ago, Andre Maurice and Leana Lopez of Feyoncé Inc., located out of Texas, began selling items in the same typeface and colors Beyoncé favors for her own merch. All the items said “feyoncé,” which looked similar to “Beyoncé” and was pronounced “fiancé,” which played off Beyoncé’s song, Single Ladies (sometimes paired with cute lines about putting a ring on it and whatnot). Beyoncé sued, demanding that they stop selling the items and requesting 100% of the profits already made. Feyoncé Inc. fired back, saying they never marketed themselves as a Beyoncé-adjacent brand, that Beyoncé is a bully, and that they’re just a t-shirt company that targets engaged couples.
Russians may have meddled with the 2016 election by trolling bitches on Twitter, but that may have been small potatoes compared to what Little Monsters will do to make sure Lady Gaga has a number 1 slot at the box office this weekend with A Star Is Born. Early feedback from A Star Has Born has basically been that all other movies should just wait until 2019 to come out because ASIB is going to win all the Oscars…and not just because Beyoncé was no longer attached to it. For some reason, Gaga fans felt threatened by the Marvel crowd because they got pissed over the Tom Hardy and Michelle Williams-led Venom opening the same weekend as Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s BY FAR BEST MOVIE EVER. Now some are saying Gaga stans are taking their Ed Sheeran ire and redirecting it by trolling Venom.
Sure, you chuckle and keep scrolling whenever someone brings up the Illuminati. It’s such a silly idea to think Beyoncé and husband Jay-Z run a super secret sect of famous celebrities dedicated to ruling the world through money and evil magick, right? Well, you should have studied your one dollar bills more carefully, disbeliever. Because the Illuminati is real, Beyoncé is a powerful witch, and her former drummer Kimberly Thompson is trying to yank back the curtain on the HBIC of the Illuminati despite the evil spells that Bey has cast upon her.
Things have been pretty dicey between Kanye West and Jay-Z for a while now, but then earlier this year, Jay implied he might be warming up to Kanye again. Then a few days ago, it seemed as though Beyoncé was sending a subtle message to everyone that Kanye is once again back in their good graces. Except…it’s not what it looks like. What appeared to be an olive branch ended up being an unintentionally hilarious case of mistaken knock-off identity.
The Blast reports that living first person shooter George Zimmerman indirectly threatened the lives of Jay-Z and Beyonce in texts spurred by a documentary about Zimmerman and Martin that the Carter-Knowles executive-produced.
As you may be aware, America’s Royal couple, Beyoncé and Jay-Z are currently out on tour promoting their new music. People would do crazy things to get into that concert; catch a Sugar Daddy, borrow money, attempt credit card fraud. Everyone is dying to go see Blue Ivy‘s mom (and I guess her dad too) perform, including one Zemarcuis Devon Scott, an 18-year-old kid who tried to steal a fucking plane in order to get to the concert. Would you commit a felony for Beyoncé tickets?