Beyoncé Buys Out Ivy Park from Topshop Owner Facing Sexual and Racial Harassment



Beyoncé has ended her business affiliation with British tycoon, Philip Green after accusations of sexual and racial harassment to his staff.

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The buy out happened weeks after Green was accused of sexual and racial harassment which he “categorically and wholly” deny.

mega.onemega.com Beyoncé Buys Out Ivy Park from Topshop Owner Facing Sexual and Racial Harassment

Beyoncé now owns the other 50% of the activewear clothing line, Ivy Park, which she and Green launched back in 2016. “After discussions of almost a year, Parkwood has acquired 100% of the Ivy Park brand. Topshop – Arcadia will fulfill the existing orders.” Ivy Park stated.

Campaigners have encouraged Beyoncé to cut ties with the British businessman for his allegations are a true offense to her female empowerment advocacy.

Unfortunately, women in different industries are no stranger to sexual harassment. Just last month, a television news reporter filed a complaint to two of her executive producers for sexually harassing her. Frightened to lose her career, she remained silent for years until the harassment became unbearable.

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