Beyonce tells off fan in the middle of gig - watch

The singer chastised the man in the crowd for filming the show

Beyonce recently told off a fan during one of her concerts after she spotted him filming the performance.

Gawker reports that during a recent gig in Atlanta Beyonce took a break from singing her ballad 'Irreplaceable' in order to reprimand a crowd member.

Click above to see footage of the incident, in which Beyonce starts by getting fans to sing along with the track, then focuses on a man recording the show. "You can't even sing because you're too busy taping," she says to the man. "I'm right in your face, baby. You gotta seize this moment. Put that damn camera down!" She then knocks the device from his hand and gets him to sing along with the track. "Yes, that's much better," she says.

Major Lazer producer Diplo recently claimed that Beyonce has scrapped her new album and begun work on it all over again. The producer, who worked with Beyonce on her hit single 'Run The World (Girls)', revealed in a new interview that he was approached to work on the new album by the former Destiny's Child singer but that he believes the ideas he contributed were part of a batch of songs which have subsequently been scrapped.

"I just did two songs for her new album, well, I tried," Diplo told The Sun. "I think she scrapped the record. The record was supposed to be done and they have been hitting me up for brand new ideas. I like to work from scratch, [but] sometimes I get called in to fix records.

Earlier this year, US singer Ne-Yo revealed that Beyonce is still working on her long-awaited new album, saying that fans will have to be "patient" for the record to arrive. Like Diplo, the R&B singer has worked on Beyonce's new material and revealed the singer and her team are still "trying to figure out" what they want from the album.

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