Singer Madonna has had no qualms about appearing surprisingly on the profile of Instagram from the rapper and producer Tory lanez -accused of having shot Megan Thee Stallion on one foot after a party held a year ago at the home of Kylie jenner– for reproach him in public for having used, supposedly without permission, fragments of his mythical 1985 song “Into the groove” for the production of his new single.
From the message that you have left the Queen of pop In the comment space of one of his most recent publications, it is possible that the singer had already contacted him privately to discuss this matter, apparently without an answer from the 29-year-old artist, whose real name is Daystar peterson. “Read your messages about the illegal use of my song ‘Get Into The Groove’!”, Was limited to write Madonna, who generated a stir among Internet users because of the serious accusations he made about the Canadian.
Bad news accumulates for the author of “Pluto’s last comet”, the song that incorporates samples -or fragments- of the aforementioned single by the American diva. A judge recently refused to validate a hypothetical agreement that would lower his future sentence if he is found guilty of assaulting Megan Thee Stallion. To do this, the artist should have directly admitted his guilt and corroborated the words attributed to him by a police officer who, apparently, heard him utter insults and “obscenities” at the singer shortly after shooting him.
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