Guess Drake’s not the only one that uses ghost writer huh Meek?! Just saying! Let’s jump into these deets shall we?!
So Meek Mill is now finding himself in the center of a major copyright infringement lawsuit that allege he stole two songs from a Philadelphia boutique record company, according to sources.
Dream Rich Entertainment is going after Meek, alleging that him, his record label Dream Chaser and parent company Atlantic Records of civil conspiracy to commit copyright infringement. According to the company’s complaint, Meek took their copyrighted songs and passed them off as his on his last album.
The issue first came up in 2018 when contracted songwriter penned them and the music business acquired the song lyrics and copyrights for “Cold Hearted II” and “100 Summers”.
According to sources and court docs, Dream Rich allege Meek had full access to one of its songwriter’s lyrics. The company also claim not only did he helped himself to two of their songs, “100 Summers” and “Cold Hearted II,” he recorded them with the exact copyrighted lyrics and kept the exact title.
The two songs were chosen for Meek’s last album “Championships.” in 2018.
No response from Meek Mill yet nor is there a lawyer reported as representing him.
Dream Rich reps said they have tried to work things out with Meek about the alleged stolen tracks but no such luck thus far.
In the lawsuit, Dream Rich wants their time in court and is seeking the judge to make Meek to fork over either $75,000 for each song, or more than $300,000 in damages.
Just more ammo for 6ix9ine’s troll gun!
What’s your 2 cents?!