Meek Mill continues to wallow in drama this last week. Battling his minor feud with Akademiks, he’s now the goal of a copyright infringement lawsuit, accusing him of copying lyrics of two songs from a Philly file business, according to BOSSIP.
Desire Wealthy Leisure is accusing Meek, his file label Desire Chaser and mum or dad business Atlantic Data of civil conspiracy to dedicate copyright infringement.
The grievance discovered Desire Wealthy is alleging that Meek stole its copyrighted music and handed them off as his very own on his final album, “Champions.” In other words and phrases, Desire Wealthy officers are declaring Meek did not compose the lyrics to at the very least two of his music on that album.
The music in issue are “100 Summers” and “Cold Hearted II.” Desire Wealthy claimed in 2018, it obtained the music lyrics and copyrights for people music immediately after its contracted songwriter wrote them.
Desire Wealthy claimed in court docket papers that Meek experienced obtain to 1 of its songwriter’s lyrics and recorded them working with the copyrighted lyrics and title, the court docket docs discovered.
“100 Summers” and “Cold Hearted II” later on appeared on his 2018 album “Championships.”