Celeb News Gwen Stefani sued for "Spark The Fire"

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E! News obtained the documents in which Richard Morrill is suing the former No Doubt singer for $25 million, claiming she stole his lyrics for the pop hit she collaborated on with Pharrell Williams. In fact, he's also suing the producer for not "supervising Stefani" in the writing process.

In the docs, Morrill claims he gave Stefani a copy of his song "Who's Got My Lightah" in 1998 after she heard it on the sound system while he was styling her hair. He helped write and record the song for his band L.A.P.D. at the time and says she copied the chorus for the 2014 hit, changing "Who's got my lightah," into "Who got the lighter? Let's spark the fire," pronouncing fire as"fi-ya."

 

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24 minutes ago, lautnerfied said:

 

pop hit

now now ny5 

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Just now, Jae said:

now now ny5 

They misspelled flop. eve1

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Pop hit 

 

fall1 

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Wtf fall1

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27 minutes ago, Okan said:

Wtf fall1

 

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25 million? Good luck 

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sia2

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She should be sued by the general public for bodily injury for making everyone's ears bleed with that horrid song

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Why are all these cases always years later? Love her but that's gotta be her worst song ever...

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11 hours ago, Goldie said:

She should be sued by the general public for bodily injury for making everyone's ears bleed with that horrid song

basically what i was thinking dead7 

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