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Why 10 Ft Ganja Plant, Gibson Brothers, Booth Brothers & James Ingram Should Sue Rick Ross For Copyright Infringement
Today we turn the tables and illustrate a few recordings released prior to Rick Ross' Hustlin' (2006) which also feature the lyric, "Everyday I''m." Using the soft and breezy music of The Gibson Brothers, gospel music of The Booth Brothers, the cannabis reggae-tinged music of 10 Ft. Ganja Plant and the sexy love stylings of James Ingram we will turn the tables on Rick Ross and illustrate why Rick Ross can be sued for copyright infringement.
Will Rick Ross Sue Other Artists For Copyright Infringement?
Using a minuscule degree of evidence and logic similar to that used to sue LMFAO, it would follow that Rick Ross could initiate three (3) more copyright infringement lawsuits - against Maysa, Jeremy Fisher and Little Big. This post examines these absurd possibilities.