Miley Cyrus is facing a $300 million copyright infringement lawsuit over her hit song 'We Can't Stop'
Wednesday, 14 March 2018 () · *Pop singer Miley Cyrus is facing a $300 million copyright infringement lawsuit over her hit 2013 single, "We Can't Stop."*
· *The Jamaican songwriter Michael May, whose stage name is Flourgon, claims that Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" closely resembles his 1988 single "We Run Things."*
· *May said in the suit that Cyrus' song...
As of 2013, Miley Cyrus supposedly can’t stop. Jamaican dancehall artist Michael May, who goes by the stage name Flourgon, claims that Cyrus’ 2013 chart-topper “We Can’t Stop” sounds awfully similar to his 1988 song, “We Run Things.”
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