This might have been a compliment if it hadn’t been delivered in the form of a lawsuit.
The Blast reported on Thursday that it has obtained court documents showing a woman, Kimberly Thompson, who once worked as a drummer for Beyoncé, has accused the pop star of “extreme witchcraft.”
Several other portions of the lawsuit are quoted, all bizarre and sad. Thompson, who says in the lawsuit that she held down the drummer job for seven years, also alleges that Beyoncé practiced “dark magic” and “magic spells of sexual molestation,” and that she killed her kitten.
Page Six reported that a judge denied Thompson’s request for a restraining order.
Conclusion: it makes me feel uncomfortable that this is a story but through some collusion of Beyoncé’s popularity and the persistent appeal of witchcraft, here we are.
I’m not nearly a big enough fan to understand what the hell this guy is talking about.
I had money but then I lit it on fire.
- I think I already knew this was happening, but now the Oprah Winfrey Network is involved, so. [People]
- This Beyoncé news I understand even less! [Page Six]
- Get out of here with this crap. We live in the age of PR-filtered celebs and this isn’t even that—they’re just acting like rich in-love people who have Instagram accounts. [Slate]
- OK, I’m listening. [Teen Vogue]
- Which shoulder. [People]