Lil Wayne Sues Quincy Jones III For Using His Songs In "The Carter" Documentary

posted Friday September 07, 2012 at 05:34AM PDT | 75 comments

Lil Wayne Sues Quincy Jones III For Using His Songs In "The Carter" Documentary

Lil Wayne files suit against Quincy Jones III, claiming he did not approve the use of his songs in a documentary.

Lil Wayne has filed suit against Quincy Jones III for violating copyright by using his music in the 2009 documentary The Carter.

According to TMZ, Quincy used the songs "Lollipop," "Let the Beat Build," "A Mill and "Dontgetit" from Weezy's platinum album Tha Carter III without permission. He claims that Jones and QD3 producers didn't bother to ask for approval in using the tracks.

Wayne initially was on board with the documentary, allowing the cameras to follow him around. But he then sued over the film for its "scandalous portrayal" of him and was later countersued.

The Young Money captain is suing for unspecified damages and an order prohibiting producers from using his music.

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