Just when you thought you couldn't love Beyoncé an iota more, she begins a quest to save us all from being subjected to lame, fiancé-themed merch.
According to Reuters, Bey filed a lawsuit against Feyonce Inc., a brand that sells shirts, mugs, sweatshirts with the word "Feyoncé" printed across them. The lawsuit claims "Feyoncé" is too close to Beyoncé's trademarked name — wow, that's the life — and has confused consumers, causing irreparable harm.
The lawsuit reportedly calls out a $14.95 mug with "He put a ring on it" printed on it as an obvious allusion to "Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)." Why anyone would buy a mug with those words on it, whether related to Beyoncé or not, is undetermined.
So, yeah, stop ripping off Beyoncé, stop ripping off her music, and, please stop making engagement-themed wares, generally.