According to reports , the 66-year-old who is the CEO of the Arcadia Group, the parent company of Top Shop – which is houses Beyoncé’s line, Ivy Park – has been implicated in a #MeToo scandal where he’s been accused of sexual harassment, racism and bullying of his employees according to The Guardian.
Now, activists are urging the Crazy In Love hit-maker to cut ties with the retailer since the allegations against Green do not fall in line with Beyoncé’s feminist beliefs.
Taking to Twitter to express their concerns, many urged the mother- of- three to pull her range from the shop.
I don't think Beyonce will pull Ivy Park out of Topshop as Philip Green is allegedly accused of piggish ways via the #MeToo movement, she's not that type of queen, she sings about it because it's trending, doesn't care much, this is all ofcos my opinion.— MaDlamini (@thee_Snowy) October 31, 2018
Deffo!!! Why would you want to be associated with someone who allegedly committed or has committed sexual misconduct and racist abuse,its not about money its your morals...Beyoncé urged to pull Ivy Park line from Topshop amid Philip Green allegations https://t.co/tbiQN0nvmZ— barbara (@meganfox14) October 29, 2018
@Beyonce it’s time to cut ties with Topshop before the press and stans spread mess about you and Ivy Park being associated with that r*pist Philip Green.— BeyRihStan (@BeyRihStan) October 26, 2018
I would not purchase there as a punishment for his actions and for him being the brand ambassador of a womenswear store that hold products such as Ivy Park by Beyoncé who is activist against racism. (She should pull her line from the store btw) I would say that’s a boycott ??????— Keels (@lovekeels) October 25, 2018