Rapper Jeezy Is Facing A Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Over His I Ball, I Stunt Song.
Edaz Redden is suing the Soul Survivor star, claiming he recorded a track with the same title in 2007 and subsequently copyrighted it. He alleges he sent a demo of the song to music artists in 2010 and passed the track along to a friend who sent it to the rapper's label.
Redden claims the song was given to Jeezy, who recorded and released it without his permission in 2011, according to TheJasmineBrand.com.
He is demanding an injunction from sales of the music and unspecified damages.
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