Kanye West Deals With Many Lawsuits

Kanye West quoted a speech by Bishop David Paul Moten in Donda‘s “Come To Life” clip. According to legal documents reviewed by TMZ, the pastor was not happy with this.

In the documents, Moten says somethings about his sermon. That’s more than 20 percent of the song. The pastor reprimanded the music industry for making “intentional and blatant [example] audio recordings without the consent or permission of others”, and that his voice and sermon were used both introductory and throughout.

The names of UMG Recordings, Def Jam Recordings and G.O.O.D Music are in the lawsuit. The compensation case is on the agenda.

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The bishop isn’t the only one trying to get money from Kanye recently. Smokepurrp is asking Kanye about $9 million for unpaid songwriting for his hit song “I Love It.”

Universal Music Group also has a lawsuit with Kanye. Prog rock band King Crimson also sued the company.

We’ll see if new cases will come out.

Pete Davidson Jokes About Kanye West At Stand-Up Show

Pete Davidson returned to the stage for his first show in three years on the first night of “Netflix Is A Joke: The Festival.”

During a sold-out show at the Hollywood Bowl on Thursday, she brought up her troubled relationship with “SNL” star Kanye West. According to “Entertainment Tonight,” Davidson opened her set, referring to the time when Kim Kardashian’s ex allegedly spread a rumor that Davidson had AIDS.

Davidson was at the receiving end of West’s attacks after she began dating Kim in the midst of the couple’s divorce. In his “Eazy” collaboration with The Game, Ye threatened to “beat Pete Davidson’s ass” and described his abduction and burial in the music video. He also took aim at Davidson several times on social media.

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