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Beyoncé dropped a surprise new single, just hours before her scheduled performance with Bruno Mars and Coldplay, as part of the Super Bowl halftime show.

The video for her new single, “Formation,” dropped on Saturday and it featured her daughter, Blue Ivy.

The whole video was set in New Orleans, with themes such as police-involved violence, Hurricane Katrina and Creole culture.

However, now directors Chris Black and Abteen Bagheri are accusing Beyonce stealing footage from their documentary, That B.E.A.T. – a film about NOLA bounce culture. They claim she’s a THIEF and lifted clips for her video without permission.

The lyrics are NSFW, and include these words: “My daddy Alabama/My mama Louisiana/You mix that negro with that Creole Make a Texas bama…” “I like my baby in baby hairs and an Afro/I like my negro nose with Jackson Five nostrils…”

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