Megan Thee Stallion Wins as Judge Throws Out 'Savage' Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

The lawsuit was filed by producer James A. Greene in 2023, claiming that Megan's 2020 hit was borrowed from his own track, 'It's About To Be On', which he claimed producer J White Did It had access to.

AceShowbiz - Megan Thee Stallion has scored another victory in court. According to reports, the Houston Hottie won a court ruling dismissing a copyright lawsuit over her hit song "Savage".

The lawsuit was filed by producer James A. Greene in 2023, claiming that producer J White Did It had access to his 2020 song "It's About To Be On". He alleged that the song was borrowed from his work, noting that J White Did It had obtained the track through his manager.

However, Judge Katherine Polk Failla decided to throw out the lawsuit due to insufficient evidence. The judge highlighted the lack of substantial similarities between the beats, drum patterns, as well as vocals of the two songs.

Aside from the legal win, Megan had another thing to celebrate. On Tuesday, June 18, the "Girls in the Hood" raptress bragged about holding five shows in a row for her "Hot Girl Summer Tour".

Taking to Instagram, Megan, who will launch her self-titled album on June 28, treated her followers to a video of her performances onstage. The short clip saw the "Boa" spitter taking the stage at four different venues in the United States.

The footage also showed Megan's fans, famously known as Hotties, bringing creative signs to her concerts. One of the signs read, "I'm so gay 4 you, Meg." The video went on to film the femcee performing with her backup dancers, including those who threw cash money while she was showing off her twerking skills.

Aside from those, the footage included a behind-the-scenes clip. The "Hiss" rapper, who was joined by her crew members, was seen walking backstage. At one point, she exclaimed, "Five shows in a row, b***hes!" before running.

Along with the video, Megan wrote in the caption of the post, "We really just did 5 shows in a row," adding a slew of clapping hands emojis. She then exclaimed, "We had a timeeeee with the DENVER HOTTIES [flame emojis] Phoenix Hotties next ! #hotgirlsummertour."

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