Beyoncé has enough to worry about right now, like carrying a set of twins in her stomach as she prepares to headline Coachella. But that hasn't stopped the estate of Messy Mya, the New Orleans YouTube Personality who was killed in 2010, from coming after her. It just got very real.

Messy Mya's family are alleging that Queen Bey used a sample of Mya's voice in her Lemonade lead single 'Formation' without consent. ("What happened after New Orleans?" and "Bitch, I’m back. By popular demand," is all Mya.)

They also claim they have tried to get in contact with Bey's camp about the sample, but haven't heard back. So now they're seeking "more than $20,000,000 in back royalties and other damages." Ouch.