Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Beyonce Slammed For Taking Credit For A Company's Athletic Line She Did Not Create

Thieving R&B singer, Beyonce, is known to the press, law firms and audiences alike, for stealing people's preexisting copyrights (see "related articles" below). The internet routinely mocks her as a "swagger jacker" which is a thief who steals other people's work and ideas. Beyonce fraudulently takes credit for other people's work on a regular basis, in what is illegal conduct under domestic and international copyright law. Beyonce is the recipient of many lawsuits for stealing everything from royalties (tens of millions of dollars) to copyrights (lyrics, music, photos, videos, clothing lines, movies).

This month Beyonce launched a clothing line called Ivy Park, which is another idea she stole, along with copyrighted pieces she had made using ugly, cheap materials and tackily altered designs. Beyonce also models the clothes in the commercial, but does not look right in them at all. Last week Beyonce took her deranged need to steal credit for things she did not do, nor does she legally own, via posing in Elle magazine, wearing athletic wear by dancewear manufacturer KD New York, but taking credit for the items, in deliberately misleading the public into thinking it is apart of the Ivy Park line.

KD New York publicly slammed Beyonce for this misconduct, which is now being covered on a number of websites and is in the New York Post newspaper. Beyonce is crazy to keep stealing from people and taking credit for other people's work. At this point it is mental derangement. She has been repeatedly humiliated in newspapers, on blogs, pop culture sites and message boards for stealing, but keeps doing it like no one notices when everyone notices it. She's a greedy, demonic thief.


Clothing line accuses Beyoncé of playing dirty with mag credits

April 14, 2016 | 9:57PM - Brass from Bronx-based dancewear manufacturer KD New York are fuming that they weren’t credited in Elle’s Beyoncé cover story. The singer wore the company’s leggings in the spread, but the piece online only credits Ivy Park, Beyoncé’s own line with Topshop. A rep for KD told Page Six that the brand was at first credited until someone from Beyoncé’s camp allegedly had Elle pull the online credit. 

“We were fully credited when the story went up, and then I went back a couple of days later and it was removed,” owner David Lee told us. “Someone [close to Beyoncé] called and said the credits were going to be removed without any explanation.” Lee said they lent the mag over 60 pieces. Elle’s site instructs readers to pick up the print issue on newsstands “for a list of complete fashion credits” while mentioning, “Beyoncé wears Ivy Park throughout.”...



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