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Musician sues Kanye West over alleged copyright

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A musician has sued Kanye West for allegedly sampling a song without the artist’s permission

The rapper who legally changed his name to Ye last year is under fire for the song “Flowers” from his album “Donda 2”.

Jefferson claims a sample from his 1986 dance song “Move Your Body” is repeated at least 22 times within Ye’s song.

West’s representative is yet to comment on the lawsuit.

Ultra International, which owns the rights to Jefferson’s song, also hasn’t commented on the issue saying the lawsuit speaks for itself.

The lawsuit says that “Flowers” sampled “Move Your Body” without a license and criticised West’s hypocrisy in advocating for artists’ rights while taking them away from other artists.

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Say hello to Netflix’s Addams Family

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The first trailer for Netflix’s upcoming comedy “Wednesday” from director Tim Burton has fans hyped

“Wednesday” will show the daughter of cult loved characters Morticia and Gomez Addams from the Addams family.

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This first teaser trailer shows a new side to the evil daughter, with the high-school aged teen finding an educational institution and social circle more suited to her dark disposition.

Netflix says the show will “solve the murder mystery that embroiled her parents 25 years ago — all while navigating her new and very tangled relationships at Nevermore”

It’s our first taste of Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia, with more madness expected on screen.

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“Wednesday” is slated to start streaming on Netflix sometime this fall.

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Two men fined for surfing through the famed Grand Canal in Venice

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Fury after two men were filmed surfing through the Grand Canal in Venice

Just when you thought you had seen it all, two people have decided to go surfing through the famed Grand Canal in Venice.

The tourists were filmed riding the waves on Wednesday morning, seen dodging water taxis and zipping under the Rialto Bridge.

It’s believed the perpetrators were ridding eFoils, or electric surfboards that are raised slightly out of the water.

The move has angered locals, with the city’s mayor calling them “two overbearing idiots making a mockery of the city.”

He offered a free dinner to anyone who has information to help find the pair, and they were later identified.

The two surfboards, worth about 25,000 Euros each, have been confiscated.

Each surfer has also been fined for endangering the navigation of the canal, and were expelled from the city immediately.

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Customers find metal in frozen pizzas

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If you’re a fan of frozen pizza you may want to check to your freezer right now

About 13,000 pounds of frozen pizza made by Home Run Inn Frozen Foods is being recalled

Some customers complained of finding metal in the pizza.

The U.S food safety regulator said the pizza’s meat topping “may be contaminated”

The recalled pizzas are Home Run Inn’s Chicago Premium Pizzeria Deluxe Sausage Classic.

The meals were produced back in June with a best-by date of December three this year.

There have been no confirmed reports of injuries or adverse reactions due to consumption of these products.

Regulators are advising that if you have one of the affected pizzas in your freezer, you are are encouraged to throw them away or return them at the point of purchase.

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