Beyoncé's being sued—again.
But now, Dwayne Walker, a clothing designer who claims he designed the logo for Roc-A-Fella—the record label her husband Jay Z founded—is suing Bey for displaying the image prominently in her "Drunk in Love" music video without his permission. According to TMZ, Walker is asking the court for a cut of the profits. Released in 2013, the video is now nearing 400 million views.
To note, the Roc-A-Fella chain can be seen twice in the video: in Bey's hands, briefly, at both the 5:20 and 5:28 marks.
In 2012, Walker filed a similar suit against Jay Z, Damon Dash, Roc-A-Fella, and Universal Music Group (the label's current owner). He claimed copyright infringement over the exploitation of his work and that he'd signed a contract entitling him to royalties. But the defendants argued the logo was designed by an in-house art director at the label and, this past September, a New York federal judge dismissed the lawsuit.