Drumma Boy Addresses Possible Court Case & Copycat Producers
(AllHipHop News) Producer Drumma Boyburst on the music scene by crafting tracks for rap stars like Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Waka Flocka, Juicy J, Rick Ross, T.I., and many others. But it was a recent song Drumma made with Jeezy that has a Wisconsin rapper named Big Chris crying foul.
Chris reportedly filed a lawsuit against Jeezy claiming the Atlanta native's Seen It All: The Autobiography cut "Me OK" was a rip off of his own song "13 shots."
Drumma was the man behind the boards for "Me Ok," and the Drum Squad leader wants the public to know he did not steal anything. Drumma connected with DJ Smallz Eyes to talk about his own copycat producers as well as accusations he has bitten beats.
"The fraudulent accounts are always pointed out at some point in fashion. So you can be with the fraud s**t. You can imitate, you can copy styles, and claim that you make these motherf**king beats that you know you didn't make because I made," said Drumma. "All these different claims and disputes and s**t, bring that s**t on. You know who f**king made what. If we ever go to court, you'll see what the f**king results are."
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Watch Drumma Boy's interview below.