Music Stars and Lawsuits

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  • Lauryn Hill vs. New Ark Lawsuit
  • Drake vs. Playboy Lawsuit
  • Destiny's Child vs. Ricky Allen Lawsuit
  • Mary J. Blige vs. Jay Ballard and Kim Jones Lawsuit
  • Lady Gaga vs. Rob Fusari Lawsuit
  • John Legend vs. Anthony Strokes Lawsuit
  • Eminem
  • Kanye West, Diddy, Rick Ross
  • Kendrick Lamar
  • Jay Z, Frank Ocean, Kanye West
  • Damon Dash, Lee Daniels
  • Kendrick Lamar
  • Lil Wayne
  • Katy Perry, Flame
  • Drake
  • Jermaine Dupri
  • Frank Ocean
  • Dr. Dre
  • Jay Z
  • Ludacris
  • Rick Ross
  • Kanye West, Bound 2
  • Jay Z
  • Nina Simone
  • Nicki Minaj
  • Robin Thicke
  • Lil Kim vs. Anderw Ro
  • Alicia Keys
  • Frank Ocean
  • Pharrell
  • Tyga
  • Naughty By Nature
  • Rick Ross
  • Game, 40 Glocc
  • Game
  • Game
  • Kanye West
  • Kanye West and Common vs. Joe Farell Lawsuit
  • Kanye West vs. Vince P Lawsuit
  • Bobby Poindexter vs. Kanye West Lawsuit
  • The Throne vs. Syl Johnson Lawsuit
  • Jay-Z Roc-A-Fella Lawsuit
  • Jay-Z vs. Patrick White Lawsuit
  • Jay-Z and Timbaland vs. Baligah Hamdy Estate Lawsuit
  • Jay-Z
  • Young Money, Lil Wayne
  • Lil Wayne, QD III
  • Flo Rida
  • Soulja Boy
  • Drake
  • Justin Bieber vs. Stacey Wilson Betts Lawsuit
  • Mac Miller vs. Lord Finesse Lawsuit
  • Lil Wayne vs. Deezle Lawsuit
  • 50 Cent vs. Bobby Poindexter Lawsuit
  • Curren$y vs. Damon Dash Lawsuit
  • Drake vs. Ericka Lee Lawsuit
  • Cash Money vs. EMI Lawsuit
  • The Black-Eyed Peas vs. Phoenix Phenom Lawsuit
  • Max Gregory Warren vs. Wiz Khalifa Lawsuit
  • Usher vs. Ernest Lee Straughter Lawsuit
  • Jim Jones vs. Christopher R. Liggio Lawsuit
  • Lil Wayne vs. Rich Rick Lawsuit
  • Lauryn Hill vs. Jay Gore Lawsuit
  • Outkast vs. Rosa Parks Lawsuit

Destiny's Child vs. Ricky Allen

Chicago singer-songwriter Rickey Allen sued Destiny's Child group members for allegedly ripping off his "Cater 2 U" song. Allen claimed that he had given the song, which had already been copyrighted in the '90s, to producer Maurice Joshua, and that he in turn covered it with DC for their 2004 version of "Cater 2 U" for their album Destiny Fulfilled. Although Joshua maintained that he never got a copy of Allen's song, the trio settled out of court with the songwriter.

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