The Queen Of Pop, Madonna has come down from her throne to make sure she still gets her credit. The icon commented on an Instagram post-Tory Lanez posted promoting his music and told him he used her song illegally.
Madonna commented on his Instagram post where he uses the song saying, “Read your messages for illegal usage of my song “Into The Groove.”
“Into the Groove,” written and produced by Madonna and Stephen Bray, was first featured in the 1985 film Desperately Seeking Susan, starring Madonna in the title role.
“Pluto’s Last Comet,” written by Lanez and produced by Orlando tha Great and Chaz Jackson, was just released this month on Lanez’s ’80s-inspired Alone at Prom project. Madonna’s believes the song is a rip-off of her work.
Madonna is no stranger to sampling. In 1990, Public Enemy sued Madonna for sampling their song Security of the First World. Madonna used it in her song Justify My Love. Public Enemy eventually dropped the lawsuit.
We recently reported on Tory’s ongoing altercation with Megan Thee Stallion unfolding in court.
An LAPD officer has testified in court that Tory Lanez shouted “Dance bitch, dance!” while firing gunshots at the ground near Megan Thee Stallion’s feet.
Additionally, we recently reported on Tory Lanez stopping a fight at a UK show with his singing.
Tory Lanez has his own superpower to stop chaos at his concerts. When some rowdy fans at his London concert got into a scuffle in the middle of his show, the “Jerry Sprunger” rapper soothed them to silence with an impromptu crooning freestyle.