Wisconsin Rapper Sues Jeezy For Ripping Off One Of His Songs
Jeezy just hasn't been able to stay away from legal trouble these past few months. Only weeks after T.D Jakes threatened legal action for an unauthorized use of a sample of one of Jakes's sermons and a little over a month after Jeezy was arrested and charged with gun possession, Jeezy has been hit with another lawsuit.
This time the Atlanta MC is being sued by Christopher Syrrakos, a Wisconsin rapper who goes by the rap moniker Big Chris. According to TMZ, Syrrakos claims that the Seen It All rapper's song "Me OK," is just a ripoff of his song, which is entitled "13 shots." In the lawsuit, Chris claims that he dropped "13 shots" 5 years before Jeezy released "Me OK." The only issue with Big Chris' suit is that no trace of the song or the album he claims he dropped 5 years ago can be found on the Internet. Not even a search on Google or iTunes comes up with a result of Big Chris's song.
Sounds like Jeezy is going to be able to beat this suit, but we'll keep you updated on any developments.
Previously: Jeezy May Be In Legal Trouble Over Sample Used In “Holy Ghost” Remix
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