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Lil Wayne, Birdman Sued Over Copyright

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Thomas Marasciullo is not feeling Lil Wayne. The Florida man filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Lil Wayne and Birdman, Cash Money Records and Universal Music Group saying that the two men used his voice on a track called "Respect" and "Loyalty" off their joint album "Like Father, Like Son" without permission, according to the Associated Press.

Marasciullo says he wrote, recorded and copyrighted spoken word mob-inspired montages for these songs. Oddly enough his son was recently fired from a recording engineer job at Cash Money Records after Marasciullo started demanding payment, according to the lawsuit.--WLW

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