- Beyoncé's clothing line, Adidas x Ivy Park, was recently dropped and it sold out within record time
- Millions of fans couldn't wait to get their hands on the clothes with Queen Bey's name on it
- There were some unhappy customers though who slammed Queen Bey for not making clothes that are truly plus-sized
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After the Adidas x Ivy Park line dropped, it was quickly sold out and fans are crazy about it.
However, not everyone is impressed. YEN.com.gh noticed that several social media users dissed Queen Bey and the clothing line for not having bigger sizing.
The clothes are (or were) available in sizes up to XL - 38 by South African standard. This isn't big enough for everyone and they criticised that Beyoncé promoted it as inclusive.
According to them, it's anything but inclusive.
"Absolutely ludicrous that the sizes are limited as they are. XXL isn’t an uncommon size. And it’s not like Adidas doesn’t typically carry larger sizes."
"Let’s be honest, @Beyonce is full of sh*t. Love her music. However, she is always preaching inclusivity and yet the only thing she like big is her bank account."
"If you only offer plus sizes to celebrities or 1 or 2 items to non-celebrities, it's not real inclusivity. I'm a Bey fan but she's not perfect."
"Thank you!!!! Been hoping someone with a bigger voice would call her out on this!!! As a size 18, I know all too well about this sizing exclusion."
"Ignore us again. Whew, the entitlement."
One person even started a petition to address the matter.
Despite this, a local plus-sized lady and popular singer, Busiswa, was seen wearing the clothes and looking absolutely fabulous.
She nailed the look set by Queen Bey and added her own sauce to it.
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