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Beyonce reveals new half-naked 'Cliquebait' teaser video

Beyoncé fans have been eagerly awaiting the music video for the superstar's latest single, "Break My Soul."

But this 40-year-old entertainer was teasing fans with a video for "Creekbait" on Thursday night.

The song is from her latest albumRenaissanceand the full video has yet to be released.

The teaser was released on her YouTube channel, featuring Beyoncé in a silver outfit astride her horse, reminiscent of her new recordcover.

The wind blows merrily through the hair of the Crazy Love crooner on a glittering pony.

In another shot, a fire burns next to a metal horse with Beyoncé out of sight.

Afterwards, the title of her seventh studio album appears on screen for the remainder of the four-minute song.

The teaser featured a silver horse, fire and nearly-naked Queen Bey.

Since the Texas native's album release last month, a series of issues have surrounded the debut.

Queen Bey used the 'competent' slur 'sp – – z' on her new 'Renaissance' track 'Heated'.

"Sp – – zin' on that ass, sp – – z on that ass / Fan me quick, girl, I need my glass," says the lyrics. } and asked the "Dreamgirls" star to change.

Beyoncé's rep told the Post on her Aug. 1 that "words not intentionally used in a harmful way will be replaced," adding, "The road to success is always constructed." I'm in,' he added. She has sinceagreed tocut that word from the song.


Singer Kelis also recently accused Beyonce ofsampling the 2000 song "Get Along With You" without asking the "Milkshake" diva.

"There are people in this industry who lack soul and integrity," Kelis, 42, commented last month on her Instagram fan page. wrote, denouncing the Grammy Awards. "Theft" winner.

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On Aug. 3, Beyoncé subtly her sample of Kelis' music from the deleted track "Energy".

Earlier this week, Monica Lewinsky asked Beyoncé to write the lyrics about her from her 2013 hit "Partition." The line referred to the now 49-year-old's relationship with former President Bill Clinton in the mid-1990s.