You know what they say: if you're going to go after someone, go after the Queen Bee.
CBS Chicago (via The Chicago Sun-Times) reports that two fans who attended Beyonce's concert in Chicago last December are suing the singer for injuries sustained at the show's venue, the United Center.
Anyone who has ever been to the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam -- the hiding place where young Anne, her family and their friends lived while hiding from the Nazis during WWII -- knows just how incredibly overpowering and moving the visit can be. While in town for a couple of tour stops, Beyonce and Jay Z recently paid tribute to the courageous young woman and shared their photos from the museum on Instagram.
We don't think Mrs. Carter is going to like this -- though then again, she may not care! Beyonce's self-titled album, 'Beyonce,' has already been pirated over 240,000 times since its release on Dec. 13.
It seems as if Beyonce can do no wrong -- after all, she just blew up the Internet and shattered records with the release of her self-titled, visual album, 'Beyonce.' But Queen Bey's latest effort is also kicking up some controversy, with one song referencing Tina Turner's abuse and another sampling audio from the Challenger explosion.
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