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Wednesday, August 26, 2015
The Game Sued For Copyright Infringement for "Ryda" Artwork
An artist is suing The Game for allegedly stealing the "Ryda" single artwork from his Instagram. The Game's already in quite a bit of legal trouble, as he's currently being sued $10 million for an alleged sexual assault and facing up to three years in jail for punching an off-duty cop, and now he may have to cough up even more money. According to TMZ, rapper/designer named Ariza Obey is claiming that Game stole the artwork for the Dej Loaf-assisted single "Ryda" from his Instagram account. The single, released in April, came accompanied by artwork that shows a topless man and woman (neither of them being the artists featured on the track) embracing and wearing masks, which identical to a photo that appeared on Obey's IG account in January. His case claims that Game had access to the photo because "Love & Hip Hop" star Masika Kalysha reposted it. She's friends with Ray J, who shares a manager with Game, and somehow that strengthens Obey's case? We'll let you know how this one plays out.