Another potential lawsuit is now hovering over the heads of Beyonce & Jay Z. After creating arguably their biggest song to date in "Drunk in Love" back in 2013, there's a possibility that Timbaland, Hov and Bey's chart-topping banger was stolen away from a foreign singer. According to TMZ and Page Six, Monika Miczura (known professionally as Mitsou) is claiming that the power couple stole her song and she's out seeking vengeance.

Mitsou recorded the Roma Folk song "Bajba, Bajba Pelem" in 1995. She claims she never gave Bey, Hov, Timbo permission to snip her record and use it for their own accord. She's claiming that the first 13 seconds of their record was taken from her original song. In addition, Mitsou's said her 1995 song was about hopelessness and that Bey's revamped and over-sexualized version diminished the meaning of the original record. She continued to destroy the essence of Bey's song by saying it was designed "to evoke foreign eroticism alongside the sexually intense lyrics."

Currently, she's seeking damages and is asking for the judge to prohibit anyone else from playing the song until she's either properly compensated or the record is off the shelf.