Beyoncé accused of copying SA's Petite Noir in her Spirit music video

Beyoncé accused of copying SA's Petite Noir in her Spirit music video

- Queen Bey has been making the people of Mzansi super proud with her The Lion King efforts, until recently

- The people of Mzansi are accusing Bey of copying Petite Noir

- Bey's Spirit music video is terribly similar to Petite Noir's

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Queen Bey has been flooding Mzansi headlines because of her dedicated and influential role in the remake of the iconic Disney film, The Lion King.

Beyoncé’s Spirit music video almost broke the internet when it was released. Not only has Bey show cased Africa in a heart-warming light, she has made the effort to include South African artists in the magical journey. learnt that Bey’s Spirit music video recently sparked up a bit of fire though. Some Mzansi citizens feel that it is far too similar to singer-songwriter Petite Noir’s visual album, La Maison Noir: The Gift and the Curse.

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Despite the praise that Beyoncé has received for the incredible work that she has done, the fact that she might have copied one of our own artist's work is a big no-go for the people of Mzansi.

Social media has been buzzing with opinions.

Take a look for yourself and let us know if you think Queen Bey copied Petite.

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