Written by CamoDude

Monday, 9 August 2004

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Lil' Jon in happier times "getting crunk"

ATLANTA, GA-- As the hip hop wars continue to go on, Lil' Jon from the infamous kings of staying crunk, Lil' Jon and Dem Eastside Boyz, made a daring move on Monday morning. Lil' Jon has filed the proper paperwork and soon hopes to obtain copyright laws on the words, yeah, what, and O.K. Lil' Jon states that other rap stars using these words in their songs has caused pain and suffering beyond bareable belief.

The Source Magazine, known for their coverage of hip hop entertainment, had a chance to interview Lil' Jon on Monday about this future endeavor. Lil' Jon told the Source that he did this interview so that everyone would have a better understanding on why he is doing this. Below are pieces of the interview.

SOURCE: First I 'd like to take the chance and thank you Lil' Jon for taking the time out from your smoking weed daily routine and granting the Source with an interview.


SOURCE: Wait a minute. I'm not falling for that.


SOURCE: I said, "I am not...


SOURCE: All right you got me! Now let's get down to business. Do you really think you can get a copyright on such common everyday words as what, yeah, and O.K.? I think there are laws that you don't even understand about this situation Lil' Jon.

LIL' JON: I have made those words what they are today. I'm tired of seeing other rappers profit by using them in their rap videos

SOURCE: What was the breaking point for Lil' Jon?

LIL' JON: I'll never forget when I turned the T.V. to BET and saw that Master P video. His video producers had somehow added my voice saying what, yeah, and O.K without my permission. My lawyers are still working on that that case in a court of law.

SOURCE: I can now see why you would be so angry over what some might think is just another one of those frivolous lawsuits. It's all clear you have based your entire rap career over those three words. I can't think of any other words you have ever used in a song.

LIL' JON: That's absurd!! There are other issues involved with this.

SOURCE: Lil' Jon, you're dancing around the question. Name one other word you have ever used in a song.

LIL' JON: ....... I've used...... uh....uh.. club. There you go, you happy now. I use the word club a lot in my songs.

SOURCE: Alright, I'll give you that one. Come to think of it, your music sucks Lil' Jon.


SOURCE: You heard me it's redundant, the same recycled words over and over again with a different beat. I mean, do you agree with me Lil' Jon?


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Topics: Copyright, Atlanta

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