Lord Finesse Provides 3 Reasons For His $10 Million Lawsuit Against Mac Miller
Lord Finesse blames Rostrum Records for mishandling Mac Miller's "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza," and says that Miller only contacted him via Twitter.
Lord Finesse has released the latest statement in the developing story of his $10 million lawsuit against fellow rapper Mac Miller. The D.I.T.C. emcee/producer announced yesterday that he's suing the Rostrum Records star for using his "Hip 2 Da Game" instrumental for Miller's "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza (The Kool Aid Song)" from his K.I.D.S. mixtape.
Following Mac's written response to Finesse, claiming that the Bronx, New York veteran was not replying to the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's rapper's calls, and additional points, Lord Finesse took to Twitter to reply:
1.I appreciate Mac’s kind words but his people did not handle his business correctly.— Lord Finesse (@LordFinesseDITC) July 11, 2012
2.Basics – Mixtapes are one thing, but you can’t take someone’s else’s entire song, shoot a music video and call it your own.— Lord Finesse (@LordFinesseDITC) July 11, 2012
3.Mac’s on the top of his game right now.I wish him the best in Europe andI hope to hear from him besides on Twitter.— Lord Finesse (@LordFinesseDITC) July 11, 2012
Finesse blamed Rostrum Records for mishandling the issue, accused Miller or stealing and refuted reports of attempted contact.