Copyright stealing singer Beyonce has been sued many times for stealing people's music, videos, photos and fashionlines, among other things. The lawsuits have come from all over America and the world, filed by copyright owners who had registered their works prior to the thefts. Beyonce has settled most of the lawsuits. Some are still in the court system with more on the way.
Items on Instagram and Twitter about Beyonce ripping off Cavalier. In the photo set at the bottom, the images on the left are Cavalier's from 2015. The images on the right are Beyonce's from 2016.
Beyonce has been spending time in her mother's hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana and did so when recording her latest rip off album "Lemonade." Based on items that have been online for several months, Beyonce has ripped off imagery by entertainer Cavalier, who is also known as Cav Magnus, from his 2015 album "Lemonade" for the release of her subsequent 2016 album "Lemonade." When asked about whether he has a connection to Beyonce, he responded online that he worked with Beyonce's sister, Solange Knowles.
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