Beyoncé has caught-wind of a Texas based merchandise brand called 'Feyonce' and wowzah, she ain't happy about it at all.
In fact, Queen Bey is suing the company, demanding a court injunction, a cease of sale AND an order awarding her ALL profits the company have made from her trademark. Gulp.
Basically, the Feyonce brand is selling mugs, t-shirts and the like - playing on the word 'fiance' and referring to Beyonce's Single Ladies lyrics with 'He Put a Ring On It'
Beyoncé and her lawyers have now written a big ol' legal letter to the company, ordering them to stop selling the merch, saying that her business will suffer 'irreparable harm' from the sales.
In the legal letter acquired by The Daily Mail, Beyoncé accuses the defendants of seeking to capitalise on the notoriety of her hit song 'Single Ladies', saying that few artists have acquired the fame and success she has and therefore claiming her merchandise generates millions of dollars in sales for the brand.
Well we now know we don't wanna get on the wrong side of Bey. And all over a mug or two. Jeeeeeez.