Ye Ali Blasts Nick Cannon's Alleged Use of Uncleared Chris Brown Song
Ye Ali to Nick Cannon F U, Pay Me For Chris Brown Track ... I Co-Wrote It, You Stole It
5/4/2023 12:50 PM PT
7:00 PM PT -- Looks like Ye Ali and Nick Cannon were able to settle up without the need for pesky courts and lawyers. Everyone loves a happy ending!!!
shoutout to my good people at Ncredible & Nick cannon. 😌 we good money now— TraphouseJodeci (@Ye_Ali) May 5, 2023 @Ye_Ali
R&B emeritus Ye Ali doesn't give a damn how much Nick Cannon has to shell out for his kids -- he wants his money, pronto, for an uncleared Chris Brown song he claims Nick swindled from him!!!
Something about a Fresh Haircut that makes you feel like you can impregnate the whole world… 🤣🤣🤣— Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) May 3, 2023 @NickCannon
Nick was pleasantly enjoying his Thursday on Twitter, joking about impregnating the entire world, when Ye intercepted his message with fiery rebuttals ... making fans aware of his issues with the "Wild 'N Out" creator.
Back in 2021, Nick released his movie "She Ball" ... which featured a snippet of the unreleased CB track "Drive." Ye says he had a hand in creating the song originally cut for a Breezy studio album, and he claims RCA never gave Nick permission to soundtrack it.
According to Ye, Nick's lawyers have been stalling him out, so he felt it was time to take matters public. Nick has yet to respond ... probably because he's busy filling in for Jamie Foxx on his Beat Shazaam TV series.
We reached out to Ye to see if he plans on following through with a lawsuit. No word back -- he's plenty busy stepping on Nick's Twitter neck!!!
Originally Published -- 12:50 PM PT