The burlesque artist — who also works as a trainer at Madonna's Hard Candy Fitness gym — took to Instagram to SLAM the momma-of-one for replicating routines from shows like De La Guarda and El Descueve.
She shared a clip of the part the hitmaker stole, and called her out in the caption, writing:
"I'm sorry I don't bash artist! But I respect fellow creative artist…and don't like to use social media to promote some thing that can be perceived as negativity… BUT @beyonce you have the nerve to steal exact concepts n choreography from other real creative genius.. You stole from @breakingsurface you stole the stomping from #delaguarda @fuerzabrutanyc it's ok to be inspired but at least make the effort to make it your own.."
And Marlyn wasn't even finished! She continued to bring Miz Knowles' Partition music video into the mix, adding that she stole those moves from Crazy Horse Paris:
"Also @crazyhorseparis_official the saddle scene!! Let's keep it real people!!!#hideyourideas #hideyoureightcount#hideyourwater #hideallfrombeyonce#respectartist #breakingsurface#fuerzabrutanyc #delaguarda@gwynethlarsen @wmulholland"
DAYUM! She is not letting up!
However, commenters were quick to point out that Crazy Horse was actually credited for that seXXXy saddle scene in Partition, and the other shows were supposedly mentioned in the 34-year-old's tour book:
But Marlyn won't believe it till she sees it, writing back:
"Please send Pic of credit on tour book.. I actually don't care about crazy horse.. But please share the other inspirations.. Please send pic :)"
After getting mixed reviews in the comments section, the dance pro wanted to clarify that she's NOT actually bashing Bey, adding:
"@hezzahez I just want say that This is Not a bashing of Beyoncé , I enjoy her music and her talent as a singer/ entertainer… She is a fierce woman! I just like to defend and credit the little guys.. Who create these amazing shows like #delaguarda and #FuerzaBruta That I had the honor To performer in for manny yrs."
Soooo. Did Beyoncé actually steal steps?! Ch-ch-check out the clip Marlyn shared as well as De La Guarda's original routine at the 5:21 mark (below)!