Kanye West Responds to Class Action 'Life of Pablo' Lawsuit


Kanye West Responds to Class Action 'Life of Pablo' Lawsuit


The rapper claimed he didn't con anyone to subscribe to Tidal, as the album had gone through numerous changes before it was released on other streaming platforms.
Kanye West is currently facing legal problem regarding his latest album "The Life of Pablo". A number of his fans have sued him for misleading them to think that the effort was a Tidal exclusive. They claimed that the Chicago rapper has tricked them into purchasing Tidal memberships.

Last year, Kanye indeed announced that "The Life of Pablo" would only be on Tidal forever. "My album will never never never be on Apple," he tweeted at that time. "And it will never be for sale... You can only get it on Tidal."

According to TMZ, Kanye has responded on the action class lawsuit, insisting that the original version can only be heard on Tidal. He claims that the version on other streaming services is different from the original one. He also makes a reference to his tweet in March 2016 which read, " 'Life of Pablo' is a living breathing changing creative expression." The husband of Kim Kardashian is asking for the lawsuit to be dismissed.

This is not the only legal issue Kanye is facing. Earlier this month, the rapper was said to be leaving Tidal over financial dispute. While it is still unclear whether Kanye plans to leave Tidal soon, the company has allegedly threatened to sue him if he tries to go to other streaming services.


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