When you hire someone like Beyoncé Knowles to be a spokesperson for your company, especially if your company specialises in making clothes, the one thing you don't have to worry about is doctoring the photos. One company who didn't agree with this rule and with Beyoncé's enviable figure was clothing powerhouse H&M, who seemingly decided to slim down Bey's infamous curves from a recent photo shoot, something that the singer isn't at all pleased about.

When the singer first saw the tampered photos she immediately knew something wasn't right, and swiftly she was on the phone to call out H&M for tampering with his booty (and not first the first time that she's had to give an angry reply to a booty-related scenario in recent weeks either). When her behind looked considerably smaller in the bikini-clad photos, Beyoncé blew her top and had the company immediately remove them from the campaign, with the clothing retailers duly replacing the tampered photos with the originals in order to retain the mega-star's image.

The story was revealed by The Sun thanks to a source with close links to the campaign, with the insider telling the British paper of Bey's fury and demands to be appeased. They said, "Her people refused to give the pictures the green light, so H&M were forced to use the originals."

Since then, H&M have acknowledge the fiasco and have seemingly smoothed things over with Mrs Carter. “Beyoncé was our only choice for this campaign, and we were delighted when she said yes,” the company said in a statement. “Our goal has always been to portray Beyoncé as the strong and beautiful woman she is,” a statement from the company read. “It has been a wonderful working process and a close cooperation. Both parties are happy with the final images.”

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Beyoncé was (understandably) unhappy with the doctored images

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H&M will use the original photos in their campaign now