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Beyonce Sued Again For Copyright Infringement This Time For Stealing From Deceased Rapper Messy Mya
February 10. 2017
Chronic copyright thief, Beyonce, is in trouble again for stealing intellectual property, which is a federal and international crime. The dimwitted singer has made a career out of copyright infringement and criminal copyright infringement, in a disgusting habit that is going to land her under indictment one day, losing everything in court. Her fans are going to viciously turn on her in the not too distant future over the criminal and unethical things she has been doing to keep her fraudulent career going that are going to end up exposed for all to see.
The latest victim of Beyonce's criminal thefts of copyright is deceased rapper, Messy Mya, real name, Anthony Barre. Beyonce can now add grave robber to her résumé. Once again, she is disgusting to steal from other artists, especially the dead. Messy Mya died a brutal death and dirty Beyonce has stolen from him. Engaging in such misdeeds brings bad things from God into a thief's life.
All the elements from Beyonce's formation song and music video were stolen from others
A $20,000,000 copyright infringement lawsuit has been brought by the estate of Messy Mya, via his sister Angel Barre, over the singer's unoriginal song and music video "Formation." Beyonce has developed a nasty habit of not just stealing music, the lazy degenerate can't even be bothered to remove the original copyright holder's vocals from the track anymore, before ripping it off and slapping her name on it.
Beyonce unlawfully used lines of Messy Mya's preexisting copyrighted music and his voice on "Formation." This is not the first time she has done this. Beyonce was sued by Hungarian singer, artist Monika Miczura, for stealing her Romanian song and vocals, using it for "Drunk In Love" with her thieving husband Jay Z (Serial Copyright Thieves Beyonce And Jay Z Sued For Stealing 'Drunk In Love' And Even Including A Clip Of The Original Artist's Voice On The Track).
"Messy Mya" born Anthony Barre was brutally gunned down in New Orleans, Louisiana, the hometown of Beyonce's mother
The case was criminally corrupted in the U.S. court system in Beyonce's favor. However, anyone who knows music can tell it is copyright infringement. Beyonce's label Sony is known for bribing judges with stock options and hiring the jurists' relatives, as a means of getting out of lawsuits for criminal behavior.
Beyonce was also slammed by other artists for stealing items for "Formation." Beyonce stole video footage, using it without permission for the "Formation" music video and lifted a pretty Candaian model's photo for the video, which the singer recreated in violation of copyright laws (Beyonce Steals Again Illegally Using Copyrighted Footage For Her Deceitful New Video ‘Formation’ While Ripping Off A Model's Pictures And Is Slammed By The National Sheriffs' Association).
Beyonce Faces $20m Copyright Suit From Late YouTuber Messy Mya's Estate
2/10/2017 - The estate of a late New Orleans YouTube star has filed a $20 million copyright infringement lawsuit against Beyonce over the use of his voice in her "Formation" video. The estate of Anthony Barre, who went by the name Messy Mya on YouTube, claims in the lawsuit filed in New Orleans federal court Monday that Barre's voice is featured in the introduction to the video. The complaint alleges Barre's estate has received no payment or acknowledgment...
Beyoncé Hit with $20M Lawsuit for Alleged ‘Willful Copyright Infringement’
9 Feb 2017 - Beyonce Knowles is facing a $20 million copyright infringement lawsuit filed by the estate of late New Orleans rapper Messy Mya, who claims the pop megastar sampled his voice without permission on her hit song “Formation.” The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in New Orleans, claims that the voice of Messy Mya — real name Anthony Barre — was sampled and included in the song and during Knowles’ world tour performances without the singer’s permission. Barre was fatally shot in 2010.
According to the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the lawsuit encompasses the following alleged uses of Barre’s work. Messy Mya’s voice saying “What happened at the New Orleans?” and “B—- I’m back by popular demand” in the openings for both the audio and video recordings of “Formation.” Later in Beyonce’s song and video, Messy Mya’s voice can be heard saying “Oh yeah baby. I like that.”
During the Formation World Tour, Messy Mya’s voice was heard saying “Oh yeah baby, I like that,” when Beyonce “and the other performers move from one area of the stage to another” about four minutes into the show, the suit said.
Messy Mya’s words, “B—- I’m back by popular demand” were imitated by Big Freedia during the opening to performances of the Formation World Tour in New Orleans and Houston. In other cities on the tour, the words were imitated by male performers...
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