On Wednesday, "RuPaul's Drag Race" star Farrah Moan accused pop singer Ariana Grande of stealing one of her looks for her "7 Rings" video. This accusation comes on the heels of the "thank u, next" singer filing a $10 million suit against retailer Forever 21 and Riley Rose for copyright infringement, among other claims.

According to E! News, documents were filed in California on Monday. As stated in the suit, the "Boyfriend" songstress had previously been contacted by the company regarding "the possibility of having her endorse the brand through social media marketing, including posts on Instagram and Twitter." However, the deal was never officially made due to the fact that the amount offered for the partnership was "insufficient for an artist of her stature," per the filed documents.

Following the dissolution of the discussions, the brand then launched a "misleading campaign across its website and social media platforms" that supposedly misappropriated her likeness. This, according to the aforementioned documents, "falsely suggested" Grande had endorsed the actions.

Moan, who participated in the ninth season of the reality competition show, heard about the lawsuit and subsequently accused Grande herself of stealing her own look for personal gain in a tweet, which can be seen below.

Continuing, Moan wrote that she believed that the singer's team "stole." She then added that she didn't have plans to sue anyone, but just "needed to put this out there," as noted in the following tweet. Grande has yet to address the reality star's comments thus far.

Ariana Grande is pictured attending the Billboard 13th Annual Women In Music event in New York City. Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images