The much controversial rapper, Tekashi 6IX9INE, has again come under media scrutiny. The rapper has been attracting too much attention lately. Now he has been sued for copying an artist’s vocals. The other artist claims that Tekashi 6IX9INE had used his lyrics to improve his track. The proof of this is available online right now.
Cases Of Copying
The artist who has filed a suit against him is Yung Gordon. Tekashi 6IX9INE’s label 10k Projects and others claiming he recorded a radio drop, a short audio recording which was used at the beginning of the songs to plug a station, company or artist, etc.
In addition to this, he has also been sued for Gordon claims that Tekashi 6IX9INE had dropped a song named ‘Stoopid’. This song according to Gordon featured his 9-second drop. Gordon said that some versions of the song have been steamed on several platforms and in many of them, his 9-second drop has been dropped. But there are a few who have not.
The Actual Case
Gordon says that the current ‘Stoopid’ music video on Youtube opens with a guy saying what Gordon claims to have recorded in his lawsuit. The song is popular and had managed to get 180 million views and countless streams. This means that the song has made a significant amount of money in addition to being a popular hit.
Gordon wants a share of the money. According to him, it’s his contribution towards the song has is one of the reasons for it being a hit. Thus, he has filed a lawsuit to get his share and also recognition for his splendid work. He is asking for a judge for damages and for all ‘Stoopid’ recordings using his voice to be yanked immediately. Tekashi 6IX9INE will be facing legal arrangements for the lawsuit filed against him.