EXCLUSIVE: Rapper Says Rick Ross Stole His Beat And Now He Wants A 360 Deal

A rapper who claims he was jerked by Rick Ross says he wants relief in the form of cash and a 360 deal.

(AllHipHop News) Rick Ross is being dragged into court by a guy who claims the rap star ripped him off and stole one of his beats.

Ronald Satish Emrit, aka Go Go Satish and Satish Da Beast, filed a $250,000 lawsuit against Rick Ross, born William Leonard Roberts II.

Go Go Satish says he's handicapped due to schizophrenia and works part-time in Sarasota, Florida.

His lawsuit claims Rick Ross' song "Billionaire" from his album Trilla is nothing more than a copy of his song "Dilemma."

According to Emrit, he released a record called Welcome to Atlantis on a tiny record label named Ditto Music out of the U.K.

Go Go Satish says he was stunned when his brother-in-law told him that the world-famous rap star had appropriated one of his beats.

When he "Shazamed".Rick Ross's "Billionaire," he too was taken aback by the similarities of the songs.

Go Go Satish is suing Rick Ross, Island Def Jam Group, Universal Music Group and the Estate Of Shakir Stewart for copyright infringement, conversion, and tortious interference,

In addition to the $250,000, Go Go Satish is asking a judge to order a ruling forcing Island Def Jam Group or Universal to signs him to a "360 deal."

Go Go Satish may have some problems proving his point. He released his album Welcome to Atlantis in 2013, while Rozay's album Trilla with "Billionaire" came out in 2008.

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Malpractice24
Malpractice24

Who the fuck sues someone to get a deal? Especially way after the fact! Take both of those songs back to the dump. They're trash.

Walk
Walk

That was BASURA....

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inf

same beat

Its_Do
Its_Do

If dude don't knock it tf off! So, what... We supposed to believe u had this weak ass beat in your archives for 5 years or longer before u released the song?! Both songs are trash by the way... Including (probably because of) the beat smh... Ain't nobody bouta sign yo weak ass! 😆 Most likely won't even win the damn lawsuit #HaveSeveralSeatsPlease

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Soloone718
Soloone718

Its the the time that the beat was copyrighted. That's what matters . If Ross made the song and put it on a commercial release after this no name dude copyrighted the song Ross will be paying up. That 360 deal is a dubb, but dude may be able to get some cash though .

$MKingpin
$MKingpin

GTFOH with this BS!!!! He's suing EVERYBODY but the Justice League which makes NO sense because you hear their "shout out" at the beginning of the song. Either he rhymed over the beat way after Rick Ross' song came out or as happens all the time a beat floated around Rick used it before dude could & NOW 11 year's later he wants to sue. Once again GTFOH!!!!!

realest357
realest357

definitely sounds like same beat

MyOpinionYaBiish
MyOpinionYaBiish

this sounds like he took the instrumental and rapped over it.