Nothing gets the blood boiling like an athleisure wear feud.
Beyoncé unveiled her new athletic clothing line, Ivy Park, on Thursday, a 200-piece collection that will hit stores on April 14. But one stray tweet may have sparked the biggest war the world of yoga pants and loose-fitting tank tops has ever seen.
One Twitter user pondered, "Is Ivy Park supposed to be like Lululemon?" to which the clothing company -- who wasn't even mentioned in the tweet -- replied, "They do say imitation is the best form of flattery. Maybe Beyonce is so Crazy In Love with our brand, she made her own."
Lululemon continued responding to people who were comparing the two lines, apparently thinking it was all in good fun. "We don't plan to bow down to the Queen B when it comes to workout gear, but you know we're going to keep buying her albums," the Lulu social account boasted.
@RadiantTiffani Hey now, you won't find us six feet under. We love a little competition, especially with the Queen B.— lululemon athletica (@lululemon) March 31, 2016
@OhhhHaiOlivia We're not throwing punches. Everyone needs a little healthy competition.— lululemon athletica (@lululemon) March 31, 2016
Before realizing they had made a big mistake. HUGE.
Because the BeyHive never forgets, and Lululemon immediately began backtracking on the shade and claiming they meant "no harm."
@ImaniSoAlexis Not our intent- thanks for calling this out.— lululemon athletica (@lululemon) March 31, 2016
@AbzSalmeron We hear you, thanks for calling us out.— lululemon athletica (@lululemon) March 31, 2016
@CorporateBarbie We hear you and can fully say we didn't mean any harm. We're major fans of hers.— lululemon athletica (@lululemon) March 31, 2016
Did no one learn anything from The Great Red Lobster Massacre of 2016?
Anyway, Beyoncé and Blue Ivy recently slayed at the White House for the annual Easter Egg Roll. Check out their sickening ensembles in the video below.