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Rebecca Black To Sue ‘Friday’ And Biting The Hand That Feeds Her While She’s At It

by | 4th, April 2011

REMEMBER when everyone thought it was funny to go tell a 2 year old girl to go self harm herself to death for making a bad record? Those were fun times weren’t they?

Of course, everyone’s hatred and projected loathing saw Rebecca Black reportedly earning an impressive $27,000 per week, leaving her to cry amongst toppling wealth. That’s the usual trade-off in fairness and at least she got it out of the way before the agony of adulthood broke into her brains and turned her into a listless, jaded husk of her former self.

That said, this hallowed out feeling has already started to creep into the bones of young Ms Black as she’s decided to indulge in a very adult activity – no, not that kind of activity you lisping pervert – as she’s all set to take out a lawsuit!

And so, are we to assume she’s going for the jugular against though who made incredibly harmful comments against her? Don’t be stupid! She’s going after the people who facilitated her fame!

That’s right – Rebecca Black is going to sue the producers of Friday, despite the fact, without them, her terrible stab at pop would never have seen the light of day (the Earth is now considering suing them for the damage done to our collective ears, right?).

Ark Music Factory, the chaps who wrote and produced the infamous ‘Friday’, are being sued for alleged unlawful exploitation of publicity rights and copyright infringement.

Rebecca’s mother initially paid Ark to make a record for her daughter and now, quite suddenly (ie Once it went nutso online) the family lawyer is hopping around and waving bits of paper, salivating at the mouth and claiming that Ark are withholding the master recording for the track and generally not cooperating.

Even though it is likely the Black family didn’t get ’round to asking for them from Ark because they were too busy wheeling their child out on chatshows and wiping away her tiny, tiny tears after what must have seemed like every single human on Earth had shouted an insult at her in unison.

A miffed Patrice Wilson, the founder of Ark, shrugged:

“I have met with Rebecca Black’s mum and everything is fine. She will get the masters and the song. They can have it all.”

He then sloped off, accepted another cheque from a wealthy mother, whacked a load of autotune on a prepubescent voice, threw in a cod-rap and waited to become the next meme while Rebecca Black starts her inevitable glide into obscurity.

Posted: 4th, April 2011 | In: Key Posts, Music Comment | TrackBack | Permalink