It looks like Rick Ross and 50 Cent’s dispute is headed to court. According to the Wall Street Journal, Fifty is suing the MMG boss for a song that’s featured on his Renzel Remixes mixtape, that debuted in November.
According to the lawsuit, Ross utilized the instrumental and title of “In Da Club” for his project, to which Fifty claims that Rozay illegitimately used his identity to promote and sell his current studio album Black Market. The “BMF” rapper’s aforementioned project was released in the following weeks, which also prompted Fifty to share his sentiments, primarily on the album’s sales. “Is that a rock or a brick?” he said during a radio interview.
According to the suit, Fifty’s lawyers are seeking “$2 million in damages and an injunction barring the use of any trademarks or work product created or produced by 50 Cent,” per the WSJ.
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Thursday, December 24, 2015 7:15:00 AM