The meat between Dame Sprint and Jay-Z continues to escalate because the Dusko Poppington founder accused Jay-Z off illegally transferring the rights of the rapper’s Cheap Doubt album.
The previous pals have been duking it out in courtroom over the proposed public sale of a NFT (non-fungible token).
“Sprint had deliberate to promote at a SuperFarm Basis on-line public sale on Jun. 23… the copyright to JAY-Z’s album Cheap Doubt, acknowledged as one of many biggest recordings in historical past. That public sale was cancelled and Sprint is frantically scouting for one more venue to make the sale… The sale of this irreplaceable asset should be stopped earlier than it’s too late, and Sprint should be held accountable for his theft,” Jay-Z’s lawyer, Alex Spiro wrote within the lawsuit after Dame sued.
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In response to authorized papers obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, Dame says that Jay has has transferred streaming rights to Cheap Doubt with out authorization from Roc-A-Fella to S. Carter Enterprises LLC.
Sprint is claiming unjust enrichment, breach of fiduciary responsibility, replevin and conversion. He is searching for a minimum of $1 million in damages.