Flourgon Takes Jab At Miley Cyrus, Talks $300m Lawsuit Settlement

Flourgon Miley CyrusFlourgon has broken his silence about his lawsuit settlement with Miley Cyrus.

The veteran Reggae entertainer has broken silence on his copyright infringement settlement with American pop star Miley Cyrus.

The deejay took jabs at Cyrus and her label, in an interview with Winford Williams Sony at Rebel Salute last weekend.

“Me deh in a the country a chill and me just a hold a vibes, because too much people a come down on me. Me no even want talk bout it. Because it crazy,” Flourgon told Williams.

“Me just glad for the win and because nuff people never believe say it could happen; and a win is a win,” he added.

The deejay even took jabs at the pop superstar during his performance in a refix of “We Run Things’.

“Wake up dis morning, check di news an mi si Miley; Mi seh Miley Cyrus, memba mi money; And den mi bun a fire pon Sony,” he sang.

The deejay would go on to encourage other Jamaican artists to stand up for their rights and protect their music.

“For everyone weh do music and afraid to go defend them thing, yuh haffi come forward and defend it because a nuff people neva believe in a me. Dem say ‘Flourgon you a idiot’; me say ‘no, me read up on infringement and me know it a little,’ so mi just pursue and I am very proud of the win. And me glad for all the people them in Jamaica and around the world weh stand by me. Me feel good and I just wanna say thanks,” he said.

In March 2018, The 53-year-old entertainer filed a US$300,000 million against Miley Cyrus and her label Sony. The lawsuit claims that Cyrus plagiarized the line “we run things, things no run we” from his 1998 track “We Run Things.”

The case was finally settled out of court last December for an undisclosed figure. However, he says it is nothing close to the US$300-million payout published in the media.

Source: Flourgon Takes Jab At Miley Cyrus, Talks $300m Lawsuit Settlement – The Tropixs

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