The rapper and her sister face a defamation lawsuit after a Labor Day weekend altercation with MAGA beachgoers.
The case revolved around Minaj’s 2018 song “Sorry”, which featured an uncleared sample of Chapman’s “Baby Can I Hold You”.
Anita White is accusing the band of trademark infringement and unfair competition.
The suit comes from Rapp and another anonymous defendant.
“We do not take suing the government lightly, however we feel we have no choice but to take action to protect our rights, and the rights of our community and employees.”
A woman says Gooding raped her twice in 2013.
A judge declared that a “joint author of one copyrightable work does not automatically gain ownership of a derivative work.”
The classic rocker is seeking “statutory damages in the maximum amount” for the continued unauthorized usage of his music.
Young says Trump’s decision to order “thugs in uniform” into American cities was the last straw.
“Black lives, names, experiences, work, art — they all matter,” says the Black blues singer.
The country group claims Anita “Lady A” White wanted $10 million to share the name.
The alleged abuse began when the two were only children.