50 Cent Files $2 Million Lawsuit Against Rick Ross Over ‘In Da Club’ Remix [Details]
Rucuss staffDecember 24, 2015
50 Cent is taking his feud with Rick Ross to the next level.
50, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, is suing his MMG rival over his “In Da Club” remix. Rozay recorded a version of 50’s 2003 hit for his Renzel Remixes mixtape, but 50 wasn’t impressed.
50 filed a lawsuit in Connecticut, claiming Ross jacked the beat without his permission, and he used it as a “blatant commercial advertisement” for his album Black Market, changing the lyrics to say, “Only on the Black Market, December 4th.” He is seeking upwards of $2 million from Rozay for using his track.
The suit alleges that Ross altered the original “by removing some but not all of Jackson’s lyrics and performance, and then adding [his] own lyrics and performance.”
This is the second suit in the midst of the rapper’s feud. In July, 50 was ordered to pay $7 million to Ross’ child’s mother for uploading a sex tape that she was featured in. 50, later, filed for bankruptcy.
Listen to Ross’ song below.
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