2 Chainz and South Central’s TeeFLii are being sued for copyright infringement for his or her “24 Hours” monitor, in response to paperwork obtained by TMZ on Tuesday (December four).

Veteran home singer Robin S. and her songwriters are claiming that the music is a direct rip of her music “Back It Up,” launched on her Show Me Love album in 1993.

Allegedly, TeeFLii and his camp jacked Robin’s melody, with one of many solely slight variations between the 2 tracks being a slowed tempo on “24 Hours.” Since it’s 2014 launch, the two Chainz and TeeFLii collaboration has been broadly profitable, having reached over 25 million views and 26 million streams throughout platforms. Now, Robin’s staff is coming for his or her minimize, suing for damages of over $10 Million.

Producers DJ Mustard and DJ Ketchup are additionally named within the swimsuit. None of the concerned events have but publicly commented on the state of affairs.

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