Beyoncé is sued over Roc-A-Fella logo in “Drunk in Love” video
Kevin Winter

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.

 

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