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Wednesday, 17 June 2009

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According to several stories on the internet, Rihanna is being sued at least twice, perhaps three times. It's getting hard to keep up.

In one case, she is being sued by Manu Dibango for using part of his licensed song, "Soul Makossa" whom he had given Michael Jackson the right to be used in a song several years ago, but not to anyone else.

According to the lawsuit, Rihanna recently used the same portion in her song, "Don't Stop The Music."

The amount is said to be over $600,000.

Next in line is UCLA professor Christian Moeller because Rihanna has allowed her guests to trespass onto his property.

Moeller apparently lives next door to Rihanna and claims that her friends regularly park and even leave their cars on his lawn. There has been no report of the amount demanded.

In both cases it looks like Rihanna hasn't personally been involved in either since her management should be checking copyright laws but perhaps, in the second suit, she could have put on the proper uniform and obtained a traffic whistle and directed her friends to another parking space.

Then again, that would be "impersonating a traffic officer" and she might wind up in the same courtroom as her ex-boyfriend, Chris Brown.

Anyway, did somebody put a curse on this young lady or what? She seems snake bit.

Has anyone seen any reports of Chris Brown visiting Haiti of late?

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