Beyonce's former drummer accuses Queen B of harassing her with "extreme witchcraft and magic spells of sexual molestation"
After Bowie and Lennon, this time it is Beyonce being accused of selling her soul to the devil and practicing witchcraft and dark magic
Beyonce is in the news for all the wrong reasons. Now, the Queen B is being accused of using witchcraft! Kimberly Thompson, the 'Lemonade' singer's former drummer, has filed for a civil harassment restraining order against Beyonce, allegedly claiming that the singer used to practice "extreme witchcraft" and "magic spells of sexual molestation" in order to harass her.
To make matters worse for the hip-hop artiste, Thompson also claimed that Beyonce had murdered her pet kitten. When the former drummer filed for a temporary restraining order, it was denied by the Los Angeles Superior Court on September 19. However, there is a restraining order hearing scheduled for October 11.
In the court documents which were obtained by Blast, Thompson claimed, "I worked for her as her drummer for her band for 7 years.” However, for some unknown reasons, Bey had started a campaign of harassment on her involving "extreme witchcraft, Dark magic” and “Magic spells of sexual molestation.”
Although it is still unclear why such allegations against Beyonce are being brought up, Thompson believes that Mrs. Carter had been keeping a tap on her phone calls and her finances as well.
The reason why her request for the restraining order was denied was probably that there still isn't any substantial proof of Beyonce actually using "black magic". Apart from playing as the singer's former drummer, Thompson also released several albums on her own record label 'KT Productions', the first of which is her 2010 album 'Like Clockwork'. The drummer has also played with The 8G Band on the 'Late Night with Seth Meyers'.
Beyonce certainly isn't the first artiste whose name has been attached to the infamous practice of black magic. One of rock 'n' roll's biggest stars, David Bowie, was known to have been obsessed with using magic in order to attain success and fame. During the recording of his 1976 album, 'Station To Station', the singer had apparently gone high from a heavy addiction of cocaine which eventually led to him ranting about witches, spells, and dark magic. In fact, a similar accusation was made about The Beatles' most controversial member, John Lennon, who had apparently sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for fame.
While it seems that the music industry is obsessed with the legend of Doctor Faust, the allegations against Beyonce certainly do not make any sense. Unlike Bowie, Lennon and other musicians who were accused of using black magic to attain fame, Thompson has not given any such reason behind Beyonce's apparent use of dark magic. Things continue to remain in speculation since Queen B herself has not spoken up about the matter yet.