Tracy Chapman Goes After Nicki Minaj's Pockets With "Sorry" Lawsuit

Nicki Minaj has some legal issues to deal with over an "unreleased song."

(AllHipHop News) Rapper Nicki Minaj has a beef as big as her feud with Cardi B brewing, although this time she is definitely going to be heading to court.

Singer Tracy Chapman has filed a lawsuit over Nicki Minaj's song "Sorry" featuring Nas, which she claims is a rip-off of her song "Baby Can I Hold You."

Nicki Minaj had been trying to clear a sample on the song "Sorry" for her album Queen, but she herself revealed that Tracy Chapman refused to clear the use of the song.

But Nicki played the song on during Funkmaster Flex's show on Hot 97, and "The Breakfast Club" also broadcast the unreleased song.

Tracy is furious because she believes the song helped Nicki sell copies of her album Queen, even though it is not on the album.

Tracy is seeking cash and a permanent ban on the song "Sorry."

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