This year began for Kanye West not too successfully
While Kanye along with lawyers preparing lawsuits against Roc-A-Fella Records, owned by Jay-Z and EMI, the attacker stole the identity of a rapper and got a million from Philipp Plein, and now he is suing the parents of the little girl whose prayer he used at the beginning of the track Ultralight Beam.
In 2016 Kanye introduced the song Ultralight Beam, which used the voice of a four year old Natalie green. In the same year, informed the parents of a little girl published in Network video, which recorded how she’s praying, uttering the phrase “We don’t need the devils in the house, we want God!”
And although Kanye has received permission to use this snippet here is the biological mother of the girl, Alice Johnson, it turned out that she had no right to do so. And Andrew and Shirley Greene, parent of Natalie in 2012, requests that Kanye West did not. And now I demand to musician compensation for the illegal use of the voice of their daughter.
Born on July 18, 1950, in Athens, Greece, Lisa Flanders went on to study economics at the University of Cambridge, eventually moving to the United States. She was a conservative commentator before switching to liberal politics and started the Web site TheKoztimes.com