The official Beyoncé website is at the center of a class action lawsuit.
Mary Conner of New York has filed suit against Parkwood Entertainment and argues that the website violates the Americans With Disabilities Act due to an alleged denial of "equal access" to visually impaired visitors. Per the Hollywood Reporter's rundown of the suit, Conner—who has "no vision whatsoever"—has asked the court for an injunction forcing Parkwood to revamp the site to comply with the ADA.
Attorney Dan Shaked has said that his client "dreams" of one day hitting up a Beyoncé show. "However, when she browsed the Beyonce.com website, she encountered numerous barriers which limited her accessibility to the goods and services offered on the website," he said, noting what he deems to be an "accessibility" problem. "There are many important pictures on Beyonce.com that lack a text equivalent. ... As a result, Plaintiff and blind Beyonce.com customers are unable to determine what is on the website, browse the website or investigate and/or make purchases," Shaked said.
At the time of this writing, Parkwood had not publicly responded to the claims of the suit.
Earlier this week, Beyoncé looked back on yet another accomplishments-stacked year with a brief montage clip on Instagram. "Wishing you a beautiful 2019," she told fans when sharing the clip, which included bits from crucial 2018 B moments including Coachella and the On the Run II Tour with husband JAY-Z.