Juice WRLD Responds To Sting's Potential Lawsuit Over "Lucid Dreams"

Producer Nick Mira went on a Twitter tirade on Saturday (November 17), taking goal at British rock icon Sting. He was upset The Police frontman allegedly threatened a lawsuit over Juice WRLD’s track “Lucid Dreams,” which Mira produced.

The Goodbye & Good Riddance monitor makes use of snippets Stings 1993 solo minimize “Shape Of My Heart.” Sting initially appeared cool with the track, telling Billboard it was a “lovely interpretation.” But now it appears the rock legend has modified his thoughts and desires much more prits from the track.

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The rapper on the helm “Lucid Dreams” is taking all of it in stride. He addressed the controversy on Twitter.

“Lost tens of millions made tens of millions…the track impacted to many ppl in a great way for me to be upset over it,” Juice WRLD wrote. “there’s all the time extra money to be made and I’ll it so two coronary heart emojis].”

Juice WRLD Responds To Sting's Potential Lawsuit Over "Lucid Dreams"During Mira’s rant, he detailed the phrases Sting’s alleged lawsuit.

“Fuck @OfficialSting and his WHOLE group,” he wrote. “After taking 85% Lucid Dreams (for interpolating Shape My Heart, NOT EVEN sampling) he threatened to take us to court docket for making an attempt to get any %.”

At least Juice WRLD is dealing with it in a extra constructive approach.

Revisit the track in query beneath and maintain scrolling for Sting’s model.