Chris Brown Sued Over “Privacy” For Allegedly Stealing Portions From Dancehall Single

Chris Brown is in more legal trouble. He is being sued for his 2017 banger “Privacy.” The song, which was produced by ​d.a. got that dope, was a sexy hit where Brown’s influence from the dancehall hit “Tight Up Skirt” is obvious. Now, United Kingdom-based company Greensleeves Publishing, which owns the rights to the track, is suing Brown. Red Rat, who performed the track, is not named in the lawsuit.

When Heartbreak on a Full Moon dropped, Red Rat claimed that he was, “getting many calls left and right from many people asking me about my thoughts regarding [Chris Brown] sampling ‘Tight Up Skirt’, and all I can say is, ‘Give God all the glory.’”