Marvin Gaye's Family -- Out for More Cash ... Targeting T.I.'s Pockets Now
Marvin Gaye's FamilyOut for More Cash ...Targeting T.I.'s Pockets Now
3/18/2015 9:00 AM PT
Marvin Gaye's family didn't score enough in their "Blurred Lines" lawsuit -- now they're going after T.I. and a few record labels to pay up ... on top of the $7.4 million they won last week.
Only Pharrell and Robin Thicke were hit with the judgement last week, but attorneys for the Gaye family want Universal Music, Interscope Records and Star Trak Entertainment to fork over some cash too -- as well as T.I., who rapped on 'Blurred.'
Attaching the record labels could be the first step toward the family's other goal -- getting an injunction to stop distribution of the hit song until Marvin gets a writer's credit ... and, of course, the family gets royalties.
And don't forget ... the family is also still deciding whether to file a separate suit over Pharrell's "Happy."