French Montana he could be sued soon because the rapper accuses him of stealing his lyrics … and he demands that the Frenchman solve it soon, or else.
‘Hot Boys’ rapper Turk his attorneys fired a letter of request to French Montana’s attorney, claiming French tore up some of his client’s verses for his 2021 song, “Handstand.”
According to a letter received by TMZ … Tab Virgil Jr., aka Turk, claims that French downloaded lyrics from his group’s 1999 hit “I Need A Hot Girl” without permission … and, say, FM’s song with stolen text has already garnered more than 17 million views on YouTube.
In case you didn’t know, The Hot Boys was a hip hop band formed in the 90s … the members were Lil Wayne, BG, Minorsand a Turk.
The song “I Need A Hot Girl” was a big hit for the band and even appeared on the Billboards Hot 100.
In the song French Montane, Doja Cat and sweets join him to sing “I need a project b ****, a hood rat b ****. One don’t give af *** and say she take that d ***”. These are close to the exact verses that Turk claims he wrote and performed in the song of return.
A source with direct knowledge tells us that the Frenchman actually bought the rhythm and that the hook with understanding was clear. However, there must have been some confusion … despite that, we were told that French’s team was already working to rectify the situation.
Turkish lawyer, Paul M. Aloise Jr. from the law firm Brooks LeBoeuf, says they are willing to settle out of court … so hopefully everything will be resolved soon.