JURY RULES: Robin Thicke Pharrell Owe Gaye Family $7.3MIL Over Blurred Lines

A jury decided in favor of Marvin Gaye‘s family ordering Robin Thicke and Pharrell to pay $7.3 million for copyright infringement over “Blurred Lines.”

The Gaye family sought over $25 million, however, the victory is still salient and significant.


In the trial, Marvin Gaye’s family argued that 2013’s “Blurred Lines” copied their father’s 1977 song “Got to Give Up,” and sued Thicke, Williams and Clifford Harris Jr., a.k.a. T.I. The three had sought a jury determination that the song was not an infringement, and the Gaye family filed a countersuit. Continue reading

Robin Thicke Admits To HUGE LIE In Leaked Deposition

A newly released deposition reveals Blurred Lines singer, Robin Thicke lied big time when it comes to his version how the huge hit was created..

Thicke, who was now forced to tell the truth in his depo, once told this tall tale:

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“Pharrell and I were in the studio and I told him that one of my favorite songs of all time was Marvin Gaye’s ‘Got to Give It Up.’ I was like, ‘Damn, we should make something like that, Continue reading

20 Celebrities Who Regrettably Endorsed OBAMACARE #GetCovered

It’s official.. The Obamacare rollout is a disaster.. But that has not stopped numerous money-grabbing tag-along celebs from showing their unwavering support for troubled HealthCare.gov scam system.. #GetCovered or #GetF**ked?


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As if Will.i.am didn’t have enough on his plate, now the black-eyed peas’ frontman is suing fellow musician (and apparently former mate,) Pharrell over his Youtube channel! Which begs the question, why couldn’t this all have been solved with a simple phone call? These guys are supposed to be homies! Here’s the details..

Pharrell launched his very own YouTube channel and named it, I AM OTHER, and when Will.i.is found out about it he hit the roof, immediately commanding his peoples to fire off a cease and desist letter – Addressed to Mr. Blurred Lines – Demanding he stop using the “I AM,” moniker! Wow what’s next? A lock on iGod? Oh wait, Sting already owns that..

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