Beyonce Teases “IVYTOPIA” & Runs #Metoo Background Checks

As the Beyhive anticipates the drop of Renaissance, Beyonce released a teaser for her new Ivy Park collection and takes precautions while preparing for her new album release.


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Queen Bey took to social media to release a teaser trailer of her new clothing collection, entitled “IVYTOPIA.” 

The trailer consists of many aesthetically pleasing shots of colorful flowers, moss-covered rocks, and futuristic furniture. 

The Beyhive had many mixed reactions to the clip. Some fans are excited about the new release; one tweeted:

“Now Beyoncé!! You done already got almost $100 out of me with that box set and vinyl!!” Referring to when Beyonce recently released mystery Renaissance box sets. 

Other fans wanted Queen Bey to drop a “Break My Soul” music video instead of an Ivy Park visual. One Twitter user wrote:

“Not Beyoncé teasing IvyPark visuals and still NOT releasing the Break My Soul music video… bro, she’s upsetting me and my homegirls.”

In more Renaissance news, Beyonce is running background checks on artists and producers before allowing them on the album.

According to The Sun, the “Drunk In Love” singer is checking to see if people have any #MeToo allegations, even her own team. 

As a result, she has rejected songs from artists for her new album.

Beyonce Stuns Fans With Jaw-Dropping Cover Art For ‘Renaissance’

Recently, Beyonce revealed her futuristic album cover and explained her intentions for her seventh studio album.

Queen Bey is pictured sitting on a celestial, holographic horse, with thin silver material covering her private parts and her signature long curly honey blonde hair.

In addition to releasing this remarkable artwork, Beyonce briefly explained her album’s art, saying it was a “place to dream and to find escape during a scary time for the world.”