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Boosie Has Words For Those Sampling His Music Without Permision

It looks like Boosie is standing on business as he has just made the announcement that he plans to take legal action against artist who have used his music without his permission. The record in question, “Long Journey” that was released back in 2010, has been used by Rod Wave on his version of “Long Journey.”

Boosie went live to share his thoughts regarding his songs being used without his permission.

“Rod Wave ain’t the only one. Y’all better do y’all research. I done got paperwork on the way. Lot of people. It ain’t just Rod Wave. I love when they do that s–t. The be giving my flowers. I be liking that s–t when I hear it. It’s just, you gotta compensate me too. It’s a business.” he spoke.

“Rod Wave did it the best, no cap. A lot of artists sampling my s–t, I can’t even get a feature. People just don’t think I’m, you know, business minded.” he said.

He continued: “Can’t let you take my shit and I’m not getting nothing. I just want my split, you know, my cut. I ain’t mad, I love when they do that s–t. They wouldn’t do that to a white artist. They wouldn’t do that to another artist; just Boosie. So I’m coming back for all that, bro. Y’all already know.” 

Boosie finished his live with saying he spoke to his attorney regarding “five situations” of his music being sampled.

“Ain’t call me, ask me nothing. I mean, just figure I’m too gangster to file a lawsuit. S–t is copyright infringement, bro.”

He furthered his point on the X platform where fans sounded off on his decision.

“HOW IS IT FOUL? ITS BUIZNESS N YOU KNOW THAT .YOU AINT GO DO THAT TO NO OTHER MAJOR LABEL WITHOUT COMPENSATING THEM WITH THEY SPLITS!! WHY DO IT TO A N—A YOU LOOKED UP TOO U EXPECT ME TO LET U TAKE MY KIDS PUBLISHING GTFOH STOP PLAYING VICTIM MY N—A IS U GO SAMPLE NO LIMIT ,BAD BOY,CASH MONEY,SO SO DEF ,MICHEAL JACKSON ,MARVIN GAYE , R PRINCE WORD FOR WORD FOR FREE ? NO.”

Rod Wave responded back to Boosie urging him not to sue him for the record.

“Man, this s–t got to stop. Man, you ain’t got to sue no n—a like me, man. I’ma pull up. F–k you talkin’ ’bout suing me? I hope that ain’t what he said, bro. I’ll pull up on you, bro. Tell me a number. Tell me a real number though. A real number and n—a will pull up on you and make sure you straight. N—a, you ain’t got to sue people, f–k.”

Boosie words also were towards Kodak Black as he too had sampled his music.

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