Jeezy may be in some more legal trouble, this time over unauthorized sample use. Bishop T.D Jakes's legal team will be taking legal action over a portion of one Jakes's sermons that was used in Jeezy's “Holy Ghost” remix featuring Kendrick Lamar. In the song's intro, Jakes's popular “Don't Let The Chatter Stop You” is used, in which Jakes says: 

“To tell myself, I’m still on fire. I’m under attack, but I’m still on fire. I got some chatter, but I’m still on fire. I got some threat, but I’m still on fire. I got some liabilities, but I’m still on fire. If it’s not amazing that I’m on fire. I’ve been to hell and back, but I’m still on fire.”

T.D Jakes's Facebook page announced the plan to take legal action, but made no mention of what kind of legal action they are planning to take. This is just another chapter in Jeezy's bad run of legal issues as of recent, most recently being indicted for gun possession this past August.

[Madame Noire]

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