Posted by , Oct 3, 2014 at 05:56am
Just when you thought Jeezy had seen it all...

TMZ is reporting that Jeezy, who just got out of some legal trouble of his own this past month, is now being sued by a Wisconsin rapper by the name of Big Chris. Chris claims that Jeezy's 2014 hit single "Me OK," produced by Drumma Boy, was a rip-off of his own track "13 Shots." Chris says his single was released a full five years before Jeezy's hit.

Unfortunately, neither TMZ nor we have been able to find Chris' track anywhere on the internet. In fact, little about the rapper other than his stage name seems confirmed at this point. In other words, if it does turn out that Jeezy and Drumma did lift the track, they must be pretty invested in Wisconsin's independent hip-hop scene.

Stay tuned as we continue to cover this developing story, hopefully with some sample audio. Meanwhile, Jeezy's Seen It All is in stores now. If you haven't already, be sure to check it out.

Wisconsin Rapper Sues Jeezy, Claims "Me OK" Was A Rip-Off

Just when you thought Jeezy had seen it all...


TMZ is reporting that Jeezy, who just got out of some legal trouble of his own this past month, is now being sued by a Wisconsin rapper by the name of Big Chris. Chris claims that Jeezy's 2014 hit single "Me OK," produced by Drumma Boy, was a rip-off of his own track "13 Shots." Chris says his single was released a full five years before Jeezy's hit.

Unfortunately, neither TMZ nor we have been able to find Chris' track anywhere on the internet. In fact, little about the rapper other than his stage name seems confirmed at this point. In other words, if it does turn out that Jeezy and Drumma did lift the track, they must be pretty invested in Wisconsin's independent hip-hop scene.

Stay tuned as we continue to cover this developing story, hopefully with some sample audio. Meanwhile, Jeezy's Seen It All is in stores now. If you haven't already, be sure to check it out.

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