Rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine Sued Over “GOOBA” Song By Production Company Claims Rapper Stole Song

Tekashi 6ix9ine is no stranger to controversy as he has been in the news a lot lately since his release from prison last year. Notably with his beef with rapper Meek Mill. But now the rainbow-colored rapper is being sued over his song, “Gooba.” A Texas production company named Beatdemon are claiming that the rapper’s track is a complete ripoff of their original beat song, “Regular.”

Here is the song from Beat Demons

Now here is the track from Tekashi 6ix9ine, “GOOBA.” See for yourself if the sounds are similar.

According to the lawsuit filed by Beat Demons, “GOOBA,” is a direct rip from the beat, structure and melody. The track, “Regular,” was released in 2018 with a viewer count of 159K while 69’s “GOOBA” track has over 70M views on Youtube. Plus the track went platinum. Will the production company, Beat Demons have a case or is it just a coincidence?

Yesterday, the rapper got on Instagram and bragged about about his riches, custom-painted cars and jewelry. Even claiming that some rappers don’t own their own stuff. But he’s saying he owns everything. Including the new ice around his neck which is a $1 million chain that spits out water, and a rainbow colored diamond encrusted spinning pendant that connects to a chain. Is this crazy or what? –The Scoop Report-

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