Singer Kelis has called out Beyoncé and others for allegedly failing to contact her about the use of her 1999 song 'Get Along With You' on 'Renaissance'.

In a series of Instagram posts on her business page 'Bounty & Full', the 'Milkshake' singer said there was an astounding "level of disrespect and utter ignorance of all 3 parties involved."

In a later comment, she claimed the interpolation of her song on Beyoncé's track 'Energy' is "not a collab, it's theft."

Kelis then took to her official Instagram page to post a series of videos further explaining the situation and her view towards it.

"Number one, so I'm a human being so I get pissed off and I get ticked off," she explains in the first video. "The reality is that my real beef, is not only with Beyoncé, because at the end of the day, she sampled a record, she's copied me before, so have many other artists, it's fine, I don't care about that."

The 42-year-old then called out Pharrell Williams, co-founder of The Neptunes, which produced the album the song in question came from.

"Pharrell knows better. This is a direct hit at me. He does this stuff all the time. It's very petty."

The singer concluded that she wished one of the parties involved had just contacted her first before using the song.

"I am a creator, I'm an innovator, I have done more then left my mark on an era of music and style that will go down in history. But there are bullies and secrets and gangsters in this industry that smile and get away with it until someone says enough is enough."

She finished by saying, "I'm coming for what's mine and I want reparations."

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