Gotta be careful when you’re throwing around millions like they’re nothing. The latest artist(s) to have a lawsuit opened against them are Omarion and DJ Mustard for copying Chris Brown’s song featuring Akon (Came To Do), according to documents obtained by theJasmineBRAND.
Well-respected singer-songwriter/producer Jon Redwine p.k.a. Redwine (Jeremih, Tinashe, G-Eazy, Ludacris, etc.), assigned 50 percent of the rights to Chris Brown’s 2014 hit, “Came to Do” (featuring Akon) to BMG. Late in the year, Omarion recruited Brown, Jhené Aiko and DJ Mustard to release the platinum-selling collab, which ultimately peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard US Rhythmic charts.
BMG is now not only demanding upwards of $300,000 in damages, which also names Atlantic Records as a defendant, they’ve filed an injunction so that Omarion can’t make any more money off the song. Daaamn!