‘Beyoncé as possible, however, for courts to plagiaatzaak Formation’
Beyoncé should be possible, however, to the judge accountable for alleged plagiarism. The singer is accused of, without permission, texts from a deceased rapper to have used in the track Formation.
That reports The Hollywood Reporter. In the song would have lyrics and the voice of rapper Anthonny Barre, better known under the stage name Messy Mya, to hear. His next of kin applied for a lawsuit.
Beyoncé has the court asked to dismiss the case. According to Mary Ellen Roy, the attorney of Beyoncé, would the next of kin of Barre the use of the texts overestimate. Also the allegation that the work of the Metre would hear during live performances would be covered.
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Judge Nannette Jolivette Brown of Louisiana judge otherwise, however. They will be joining in the complaint of the relatives that the content that is being used is insufficient is adjusted. The use is admittedly short but “significant”.
This points to Brown the requirement to dismiss the case. According to her, are the attorneys of Beyoncé, there is insufficient managed to show that the lawful use of the Metre of his texts.