Judge tosses Beyonce’s “Lemonade” lawsuit

S**K ON MY BALLS, PAUSE…

Beyonce and her #Beyhive have reason to hit the “Formation” choreography in celebration of a New York federal judge TOSSING OUT the case in which the “End Of Time” was accused of plagiarizing scenes in her highly acclaimed visual album, Lemonade.

HAAAAAAAAAA..

BOY BYE..
SO CHECK…

On Wednesday, judge Jed Rakoff jettisoned independent filmmaker Matthew Fulks’ lawsuit claiming the 34-year-old megastar wrongfully borrowed several elements of his short film, Palinoia, for her 45 minute long music video…

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Matthew’s suit, originally filed in June, alleged that Baddie Bey copied several elements of his film, including things like “overgrown grass” and “graffiti and persons with heads down.” He also noted that he had sent the video to Columbia Records as an “audition” clip shortly before production for LEMONADE began.
Naturally, Yonce’s legal team CLAPPED BACK at the accusations stating her visual masterpieces was about, “an African-American woman who progresses through stages of suspicion, denial, anger and, ultimately, reconciliation in her relationship…” while Palinoia is about a “white man who is distressed in the wake of a failed relationship.”
BOOOM BOOOM…
Although the judge overseeing the lawsuit has yet to share his personal opinion about the case, he obvi sided with the “Feeling Myself” chanteuse and made it clear that he did NOT see enough merit in Matt’s argument to allow the lawsuit to move forward….

BLOOOP…
THOUGHTS?

By : Asia Grace

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