2 Milly is urging all the other artists who've had their work stolen by Epic Games to come forward as well.
When 2 Milly, inventor of the Milly Rock craze, learned that Fortnite co-opted his dance moves, he was none too pleased, this after Chance the Rapper had previously called out the game's publisher for exploiting hip-hop culture for the very same reason. 2 Milly didn't hold his tongue either. "They actually sell that particular move. It's for purchase," 2 Milly stated in response. "That's when I really was like ... oh nah, this can't go on too long. I don't even want to bash them for all the millions. Know what I am saying? It's not really like that. I just feel like I have to protect what's mine."
TMZ has since learned that 2 Milly has indeed taken legal action against the makers of Fortnite, Epic Games. In the legal documents filed last week, 2 Milly contends that Epic Games never consulted him before implanting the dance move in their character design.
2 Milly points to other stolen dance crazes like Snoop Dogg's "Drop it Like it's Hot" and "The Carlton Dance" from Fresh Prince of Bel Air, the game publishers have outright stolen without giving consent or compensation, which he labels as the exploitation of "African-American talent" for profit. 2 Milly is seeking his dance removed the game, his legal fees reimbursed, and compensation for damages to his personal brand.