Beyoncé may be heating up the countdown on “TRL” with “Deja Vu,” but a number of her fans say the new video has left them cold. More than 2,000 people have signed an online petition addressed to Beyoncé’s label, Columbia Records, demanding the singer to re-shoot her “alarming” new music video, Deja Vu. “The video is an underwhelming representation of the talent and quality of previous music video projects of Ms Knowles,? TMZ quoted the petitioners as writing. The petition outlines seven points of contention and claims the editing “causes one to get dizzy and disoriented,” calls the dancing “erratic, confusing and alarming” and the fashion “unbelievable and ridiculous.” Rapper Jay-Z was also condemned for being playing a small roll in the video. ?The sexual themes between the duo are alarming and show unacceptable interactions between the two,” wrote the petitioners. Beyoncé’s new album, “B’day,” drops on Sept. 5.