The life of a rapper has its pros and cons, as it is never smooth sailing for anyone in the world of hip-hop. While there is certainly a lot of money and fame that comes with being a rapper, there is also the risk of gang warfare that ends in their deaths. Even French Montana has an interesting take on rappers.
French Montana is certainly one of the rising stars in the world of hip-hop right now as he brings his own unique take on the genre. He is well aware of how difficult it can be to become a huge star in the hip-hop world.
According to TMZ, ‘Hot Boys’ rapper Turk has filed a letter to Montana’s lawyer, claiming French stole some of his lyrics for Montana’s 2021 song, “Handstand.” This is the latest in a long list of artists who are accused of jacking their hit song.
As revealed by the letter, Tab Virgil Jr., aka Turk, claimed that French Montana stole lyrics from his group’s 1999 hit, “I Need A Hot Girl” without permission. Montana’s song has already garnered more than 17 million views on YouTube.
The Hot Boys was a hip hop group formed in the ’90s, comprising Lil Wayne, B.G., Juvenile, and Turk/ The song, “I Need A Hot Girl” made its way onto the Billboards Hot 100.
It was said that French had actually purchased the beat and the hook with the understanding that everything was fine. Clearly, that is not the case, but it was added that French’s team is already working to fix the situation. We’ll keep you updated on this ongoing story.
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