Bishop TD Jakes Plans To Sue Jeezy Over “Holy Ghost (remix)” Using His Vocals!


According to Fio Borrelli a Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer, Bishop Jakes plans to sue Jezzy for using his vocals without his permission.

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  1. Come on Bishop this seems a bit heavy handed. If his message can reach the youth, then why lambast the messengers?

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  2. I agree with this comment I found on line: Because Bishop Jakes has every right not want his messages being used by an entertainer who has glamorized (and profited from glamorizing) "slangin narcotic" to our youth. All publicity/money isn't good publicity/money, contrary to popular belief. What if the LGBT community wanted to use a snippet of one of his messages in their ads? I'm sure that message would reach a lot of youth as well, but what good is it to him or his message/religion if it goes against the very thing he preaches?

    Good for Bishop Jakes for standing up against being pimped by a couple of rappers trying to sell a few extra records at the expense of his name and principles. Besides...its copyright infringement, plain & simple.

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    1. T.D. Jakes can't sue because sermons that are preached where offerings are received can't be copyright... he already received his compensation when he accepted whatever offering or salary for that particular sermon... check the law again...

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  3. They should have asked for permission. There's a right and wrong way to do any and everything. They choose the wrong and there are consequences.

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  4. In reference to the first comment, what message his Young Jeezy sending to the youth? Right is right, and wrong is wrong. I would do the same thing. This is not the first time that he is being sued for using someone else's stuff without permission.

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  5. Somebody needs to sue his behind false profit!

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    1. I agree Hip-hop, but if they sampled his voice or speech without clearance, they should be sued. For that and stupidity for using it, without clearing it.

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  6. Good for him! Maybe they should have made an attempt to seek his permission first, he probably would have said yes.. Just shows respect!! And they would do the same thing if the situation was reversed and somebody used their material/voice in a capacity without their prior knowledge..

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  7. Jakes needs to take care of his own house first before laying a lawsuit on anyone. One kid is gay and the other had a child out of wedlock and he preaches against them both.

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    1. Anonymous what do that have to do with anything? It doesn't say anything about seeking money. It simply states, legal action to "Stop". Ppl are so quick to condemn a church and its leaders in oppose to condemning "worldly"acts. God bless you all!

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  8. People need to stop! If someone was sampling either of those guys without the legal rights, they would do the same thing.

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    1. there are different laws in place for church and for the world... so i guess anybody who post sermons online of T.D. Jakes be it audio or video should also be sued because they didn't get his permission...

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