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February 18. 2010
Copyright infringing singer, Cheryl Cole, flat out lied to OK Magazine last month in claiming the rip-off song she sings "Fight For This Love" was written about her troubled marriage:
"She also admitted her single Fight For This Love was inspired by her marriage: 'I can completely identify with what that song is saying... Every woman who has been in a relationship knows what I'm talking about.'" - http://showbiz.sky.com
Well, how does she explain that the song I wrote that she ripped off was in the Library of Congress/Copyright Office, registered to me, FOUR YEARS before she stole it. She claims the song is about her tumultuous marriage to Chelsea FC football player, Ashley Cole, but the song was written BEFORE SHE EVEN MET OR MARRIED HIM.
These are questions you will have to answer in court, Cheryl. I was wondering which jurisdiction to sue you in, what with your criminal record and all, for viciously punching a black toilet attendant in the face and calling her the racial slur "a Caribbean Jigaboo" and "black bit*h" when she told her she had to pay for a lollipop she stole in a nightclub. Well, aren't you a nasty little piece of work. Apparently, you believe in stealing as a way of life.
Sophie Amogbokpa was attacked by Cheryl Cole
You were criminally passed the songs by Sony's Simon Cowell, who owns the show X-Factor, which you've been appearing on for the past year as a judge, when you should be standing before one for being a criminal. What you did is called criminally receiving stolen goods and money laundering.
The first three singles from her debut album have been criminally taken from my years old
Club boss tells of Girls Aloud star's 'aggression'
14.10.03 - Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Tweedy demanded that a lavatory
attendant whose eye she had punched be brought back to her so she could
"give her another one", a court heard today.
The singer was shouting racial insults after the fracas at The Drink
nightclub in Guildford in January, Kingston Crown Court was told...
Cheryl's Ashley Reveal
11:39AM, Feb 15, 2010 - It looks like things are a bit tough for Cheryl Cole and husband Ashley. They've been through tough times before but will they get through the latest drama to hit the headlines? Before last week's allegations that Ashley sent racy photo messages to a glamour girl, Cheryl spoke to Hello! magazine about her marriage to the Chelsea footballer.
"If it's worth fighting for, then fight,' Cheryl confessed. "You don't have to just give up when two people who love each other have a few problems." Cheryl made it clear she has never defended Ashley in relation to his previous alleged infidelity, but through all the hardships they still love each other: "You've got to work on your relationship. Sometimes one of you makes a mistake, sometimes the other. Nevertheless, anyone who throws in the towel ends up achieving nothing."
She also admitted her single Fight For This Love was inspired by her marriage: "I can completely identify with what that song is saying... Every woman who has been in a relationship knows what I'm talking about."...
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