Tag Archives: copyright infringement lawsuit

  • LMFAO Fights Back Against Rick Ross’ Plagiarism Suit (Video)

    Mar 23, 14 by Deron Dalton Leave a comment


    *OK, let’s be honest. Rick Ross‘ lyrics “everyday I’m hustlin’” and LMFAO‘s “everyday I’m shufflin’” are very similar. And the latter had to be inspired by the former. But although the lyrics aren’t exactly alike and aren’t used in the same lyrical context, Ross isn’t having that with LMFAO. As we reported, he’s suing the […]

  • Teddy Riley Sues Own Daughter over Lady Gaga’s ‘Teeth’

    Jan 15, 13 by EURpublisher02 4 Comments


    *A Lady Gaga tune has come between Teddy Riley and his 21-year-old daughter Taja Riley. Last week, in California federal court, Mr. Riley filed a lawsuit against Taja for claiming a songwriting credit and partial ownership of a song that he says he developed with Gaga – and that Taja had absolutely nothing to do […]

  • Wiz Khalifa Sued for $2.3M over ‘Black and Yellow’

    Jan 5, 12 by EURpublisher02 Leave a comment


    *A Pittsburgh rapper is suing fellow hometown artist Wiz Khalifa for $2.3 million over allegations that he stole the hit song “Black and Yellow.” Max Warren, who performs under the stage name Maxamillion, says Khalifa’s chart-topper “Black and Yellow” was swiped from his own song “Pink N Yellow.” Warren says he copyrighted “Pink N Yellow” […]

  • Lil Wayne Faces $15M Copyright Lawsuit over ‘BedRock’

    Aug 5, 11 by EURPublisher01 Leave a comment


    *Lil Wayne has been has been sued for $15 million by a Georgia company that claims he swiped the song “BedRock,” according to a lawsuit filed in New York. Done Deal Enterprises accuses the rapper, whose real name is Dwayne Carter, of copyright infringement for the song that Done Deal claims it created in 2009, […]

  • Mixed Verdict in Michael Baisden’s Lawsuit Against Je’Caryous Johnson

    Mar 2, 11 by EURPublisher01 6 Comments


    *On Monday, a jury in Houston Federal Court reached a mixed verdict in the copyright infringement lawsuit filed by nationally syndicated radio and TV personality Michael Baisden against a company led by Houston playwright Je’Caryous Johnson. The outcome allows for the return of Baisden’s copyrighted rights and allows the best-selling author to proceed with upcoming movie […]