Beyonce is accused of copying a Japanese artist’s design for a robotic headpiece

by Patria

Beyoncé is facing accusations of copying the robot designs of Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama for her “Renaissance” tour.

The designer insists he would have loved to collaborate with the Break My Soul hitmaker on her futuristic accessories, which he compared to his work for The Weeknd’s show, which included a huge version of one of his female robotic puppets.

“Yo @beyonce… You should have asked me ‘officially’ so I could make much better work for you like my man @theweeknd,” he wrote alongside Beyonce’s robot headpiece and his designs on Instagram.

The comment section is filled with mixed opinions. Many claim that both artists were inspired by Fritz Lang’s 1927 movie “Metropolis”.

Beyonce has yet to comment on Sorayama’s accusation.

Meanwhile, after her daughter Beyonce was recently accused of lightening her skin, Tina Knowles called out the “stupid, ignorant, hateful racist comments.”

The 42-year-old Grammy winner’s mother was furious that a video was made suggesting her daughter tried to make herself look white at the premiere of her film ‘Renaissance’, and insisted those making the remarks were just jealous.

Alongside the video on Instagram, she began a lengthy response: “Came across this today and decided to post it after seeing all the stupid ignorant self who hates racist remarks about her, lightens her skin and wears platinum hair and wants to be white. She’s doing a movie called the renaissance where the whole theme is silver with silver hair, a silver carpet and suggested silver clothing and you idiots decide that she’s trying to be a white woman and bleaching her skin? How sad is it that some of her own people continue the stupid narrative with hate and jealousy. Duh, she wore silver hair to match her silver dress as a fashion statement clown. … ALIEN Superstar duh! (sic)”.

Tina, 69, also hit back at comments about the ‘Cuff It’ hitmaker’s platinum hair, saying black women have rocked the style for years.

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