Friday, January 30, 2015

Serial Copyright Thieves Beyonce And Jay Z Sued For Stealing 'Drunk In Love' And Even Including A Clip Of The Original Artist's Voice On The Track

Jay Z and Beyonce

Chronic copyright infringers, Beyonce and Jay Z, have been sued by a Hungarian singer named Monika Miczura for stealing her preexisting, traditional Roma folk song "Bajba Bajba Pelem" for illegal use on their 2013 song "Drunk In Love." The theft of copyright is so brazen, the mentally deficient couple, Jay Z and Beyonce, even clumsily included a small clip of Miczura's actual singing voice on "Drunk In Love" while trying to plagiarize elements of her preexisting tune.

As many of you know, Jay Z and Beyonce, have been repeatedly sued for copyright infringement and financial fraud in stealing people's copyrights, money and or goods. Many people have dragged them into court over stealing preexisting copyrights. Previously, in a similar case, Jay Z was sued for using singer Demme Ulloa's vocals on his track "H To The Izzo" and never paying her. Jay Z was also sued for stealing Egyptian vocalist Abdel Halim Hafez's song "Khosara Khosara" for use on his profane song "Big Pimpin'."

Jay Z and Beyonce

Recently, Beyonce was hit with credible claims she stole the "7/11" music video from the preexisting video of indie artist, OG Maco titled "You Guessed It." Upon viewing both videos, the theft is blatantly apparent. Beyonce also stole the music video for "Countdown" from Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's "Rosas Danst Rosas. "Single Ladies" was stolen from Bob Fosse's "Mexican Breakfast." "Get Me Bodied" is stolen from Bob Fosse's "Sweet Charity." "Love On Top" is a brazen theft of New Edition's hit video "If It Isn't Love."

There are many more copyright infringement claims against the disgraceful couple. Everything they do is stolen. They've made millions from criminal copyright infringement in acts that make a mockery of the law and decency. Is there any wonder some people on the internet constantly mock Beyonce and Jay Z as "swagger jackers" (see: thieves).

A still from Og Maco's video (left) and Beyonce's subsequent theft (right). Other scenes from OG Maco's videos were stolen as well for the infringing Beyonce clip "7/11."

A tweet on Twitter from OG Maco indicating Beyonce and her family knew about his work...before Beyonce criminally stole it.

However, thanks to thieves like Jay Z, Beyonce, Madonna, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Coldplay and Simon Cowell, the federal court system is so utterly and thoroughly corrupt, copyright infringement cases never make it to trial due to bribery (stocks, assets, cash and or checks issued in the judges' names or that of their family members or business associates). I have checked many credible copyright cases filed in the federal court system, where the copying/infringements are absolutely blaring and not a single one made it to trial. A small percentage of them were settled, but 90% of the cases were all dismissed by corrupt federal judges based on opinion and not the law.

It's not like state court, where unethical judges can be voted out for corruption, simply by notifying the public of their bad behavior. Federal judges are appointed and well paid for life on the taxpayers' dime and a number of said jurists behave very badly as a result. There are federal judges illegally playing character witnesses for thieving stars in glowing dismissal rulings, via conduct that is an absolute disgrace to the legal system. It is an alarming trend that has led American and international litigants to forgo suing in America, in favor of courts in Britain and Europe. However, Hollywood has no shame or they would comprehend the disgrace and what it means to actually bring an entire court system into domestic and international disrepute. If Congress does not act on this matter, the federal court system's name will never recover.