YFN Lucci's debut EP Long Live Nut features the popular song "Everyday We Lit," which hit No. 33 on the Billboard Hot 100, but according to an Atlanta rapper, Lucci stole the song.

Rackboy Cam is now suing Lucci, saying Lucci jacked his song "Everything Be Lit" featuring Maino and Vado for the track "Everyday We Lit." According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, Cam says his song came out first in 2015 and claims Lucci's 2017 song is virtually the same track, especially the hook which features a similar melody.

On "Everyday We Lit," YFN and PnB sing, "Everyday we lit, yeah, everyday we lit, yeah/Everyday we lit, yeah, everyday we lit, yeah," while on Cam's song, Maino sings, "Everything be lit/We lit, we lit."

Rackboy Cam also argues that Lucci stole two of the main things Cam brags about in his song—jewelry and women. The rapper now wants a judge to pull "Everyday We Lit" from the radio and halt all sales immediately. Cam also wants Lucci to hand over any profits he has made from the song.

Last week, YFN Lucci dropped his debut album, Ray Ray From Summerhill. The 20-track project includes features from Offset, YFN Trae Pound, Meek Mill, Dreezy and T.I. The album also includes the previously released songs "Boss Life" and "Street Kings."

XXL has reached out to YFN Lucci's team at Warner Bros. Records for a comment on the lawsuit.

Listen to YFN Lucci's "Everyday We Lit" and Rackboy Cam's "Everything Be Lit" below.

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