Uh-oh! It looks like Beyonce is being accused of plagiarism, again. After being accused of "lifting" dance routines from a Belgian choreographer in her 'Countdown' video, the pregnant R&B queen is now being criticized for copying a video idea from bad-girl rapper Khia.

When Bey-Bey released a sneak peek of her 'Party' video, which features her hanging out in the backyard by the pool, the Philadelphia-born rapstress cried foul and went to her twitter account to air out her grievances. Apparently, Khia believes that Beyonce copied her concept from her 2002 video 'My Neck, My Back' and used it for the 'Party' video.

"@beyonce thanks you for the love the tweets & roses!" she tweeted. "[Too] bad I don't bulldag with prego women. Call super head jay knows all about her." She later wrote in her timeline, "I'm @beyonce baby's god mother, if it's girl she naming her Khia! [But thank you] for taking my advice & and tips on how to make a real hood video! Xox."

No offense to Khia, but we don't see how her video is similar to Beyoncé's clip. There are plenty of artists who have shot videos of themselves lounging by the pool so it's hardly a unique concept.

As for the chances that Beyoncé's 'Party' (Remix) will be a chart-topping smash, Khia doesn't think it will happen. "@Beyonce has been smoking rocks if she thinks her J. Cole remix flop 'Party' will be as big as 'My Neck My Back,'" she says.

Tell us what you think. Did Beyoncé copied Khia's 'My Neck My Back' video? Leave your answers in the comments below.

Watch the Beyonce ‘Party’ Sneak Peek

Watch the Khia, 'My Neck, My Back' Video