You Won't Believe Why Beyoncé Is Being Sued Over 'Drunk In Love'

Kevin Winter

Dwayne Walker is aiming his long-running fight against Roc-A-Fella at Beyoncé

Paula Rogo Dec, 21, 2016

Another year, another Beyoncé lawsuit.

The Lemonade singer is being sued by clothing designer Dwayne Walker over the use of the Roc-A-Fella logo in her 2013 music video for “Drunk in Love,” TMZ reports.

Walker has claimed his design provided the basis of the logo for Roc-A-Fella records. In 2012, Walker filed a $7 million lawsuit against founders Jay Z and Damon Dash. The suit, however, was dismissed this year by a federal judge in New York.

As for “Drunk in Love,” Walker believes he deserves a pay cut for the logo’s unauthorized appearance in the video.

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It shows up on Jay-Z chain in the video for less than a second at 5:20 and 5:28 mark. Walker is also demanding Beyoncé remove the scenes from the video.

Beyoncé just won a lawsuit over Lemonade this fall after indie filmmaker Matthew Fulks claimed the film and trailer stole from his film Palinoia. The case was dismissed.