Beyonce is filming a new music video in London this weekend. And she's being accused of reverse racism - because her video will only depict "Black and Brown" girls.

The video for her song Brown Skin Girl will be filmed at a number of south London estates, according to the UK's Daily Mail. 

According to reports, Beyonce, 38, has chosen to shoot at several locations in Catford and Thamesmead.

But there is some major controversy surrounding the project. Beyoncé's casting team is only calling for 'black and brown people of different cultures, nationalities, ethnicities, genders and ages'.

It appears that the video will not feature any "White" girls. The casting ad, which was leaked online, has some of the bootylicious gal's fans a little upset.

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"Brown Skin Girl" is a song recorded by Beyoncé, Guyanese singer Saint Jhn and Nigerian singer Wizkid, featuring Blue Ivy Carter from the 2019 album The Lion King: The Gift. The song was sent to Top 40/Rhythmic radio on July 23, 2019 as the second single from the soundtrack.