Miley Cyrus formally shed her status as a Disney star when she linked up with Mike Will Made-It, Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa for his or her collaboration, “23 (J’s On My Feet).” However, Miley was accused of ripping off a tune from one other feminine artist in an effort to assist her rebrand her picture. Rapper Yella the Triple Threat sued Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Miley Cyrus and Mike Will Made-It, accusing them of stealing her tune for “23.” Now, Juicy J has been dropped from the swimsuit, though Yella remains to be going after the opposite defendants.
According to The Blast, Juicy J is within the clear within the authorized battle over tune theft. Yella revealed that she dropped Juicy J from the case after she mentioned that they “reached an settlement relating to this matter.” While Juicy J will not be having to cope with this authorized battle, Yella remains to be transferring ahead together with her case in opposition to Miley Cyrus and the opposite defendants.
Yella mentioned that Miley Cyrus and the opposite defendants fully ripped off a tune she launched the 12 months earlier than “23” got here out. She accused Miley of utilizing the tune in an effort to “reinvent her musical profession from youngster star to the edgier, city, and grownup performer she is as we speak.” She mentioned that she hasn’t been given a tune credit score or “been paid a dime.”
Yella is at the moment trying to have an injunction in opposition to the defendants in addition to a couple of 1000’s in damages. The case remains to be ongoing.