Snoop Dogg Hit With Copyright Infringement Lawsuit
Rapper SNOOP DOGG is facing legal action from a little-known U.S. songwriter, who has accused the star of copyright infringement for his latest single SENSUAL SEDUCTION.
Millennium Child, real name James D. Jenkins, claims the Beautiful hitmaker - real name Calvin Broadus - stole his "music strings" for the single from an audio tape he gave to the manager of rapper/actor Ice Cube in 2006.
The bizarre lawsuit, which was handwritten by Jenkins and filed in Colorado District Court this week (begs07Apr08), states: "I had hand (sic) Ice Cube manager (sic)1 tape... From there I don't know how Calvin Broadus got a hold of it. The tape."
But Jenkins is not seeking any damages in return - he's simply asking for the "documents related to the case", reports TMZ.com.