(news.sawf.org) - After a 1.5 million dollar lawsuit against singer Beyonce Knowles and her mum Tina was dropped by a Manhattan court judge, Beyonce's old business partner has accused her of being a racist. Greg Walker, CEO of Icon Entertainment, whose lawsuit was thrown out of the court last week, has decided not to give up the fight. "I'll never give up, because I know I'm right," Walker told Page Six. Walker had alleged that the Destiny's Child singer, her mother and Wear Me Apparel had paid him a menial brokerage of 110,000 dollars for a 15 million dollars deal for their House of Dereon clothing line.
However, the judge dismissed the case saying that there was no proof available to support Walker's claims. "The judge was star-struck. And the Knowleses are subconsciously racist. I believe if I was white, I would have been paid," Walker added. Meanwhile, Beyonce will be releasing two albums in 2007, the first one being a re-release of B'Day and the second one being an entirely new one.