Beyonce, Jay-Z and Kanye don't love everything Paris afterall

Written by Jessica Lunan

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Queen Bey, Jay Z, Kanye (aka the Holy Trinity), Rhianna and Pharell, are teaming up to sue French fashion label, ElevenParis, for brazenly using their photos for products without permission.

According to reports, the brand ignored repeated requests from the musical geniuses to remove said products for sale, some of which included shirts stating “Kanye is my homie” and “Hova”.

As reported by Fashion Journal, filed complaints (there are 58 in total) includes that the brand is “wilful intellectual property infringers that, without authorization, usurp the trademarks, copyrights and other rights of A-list celebrities."


However, things are a bit awkward due to Beyonce’s sister Solange (and husband basher- remember the Met Ball elevator scene from 2014?) modelled for the brands Spring/Summer 15 campaign, and Beyoncé reportedly once had some sort of agreement with the label (which is now breached).

A statement released from ElevenParis states that the brand is hopeful that they find a “fair and balanced agreement” with the A-grade celebs.


We guess not everyone knows that when Queen Bey tells you to do something, you better bow down!