Beyoncé can continue to sip sweet sweet lemonade — unbothered.
The judge presiding over the case in which a filmmaker sued Bey claiming she plagiarized his work for her ‘Lemonade’ visual album has decided to toss the case.
The judge said he considered filmmaker Matthew Fulks’ argument that “Lemonade” ripped off his work, and decided to toss the case … according to docs obtained by TMZ. It’s unclear why the judge rejected Fulks’ suit … he says he’ll dish details later.
TMZ broke the story … Bey was sued by Fulks back in June alleging she jacked several parts of his 2014 movie, “Palinoia” — using similar images from his short film for the “Lemonade” visual album.
Beyonce argued her work depicted a “proud black woman” … a stark contrast to Fulks’ film about a depressed white guy.
Make that … TWO depressed white guys now.
We had a feeling this would happen.