In 2014, Chris Brown revived interest in Omarion’s career by featuring on his single ‘Post To Be.’
Alas, it now appears that their creative pairing may have been anything but straight-forward now the former B2K frontman has been rocked by a $300,000 lawsuit.
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Shortly before ‘Post To Be‘s birth, Brown released a song named ‘Came To Do’ which was co-written by the creative Red Wine.
Impressed by his material, BMG Rights Management teamed up with Wine to secure half of the song’s rights.
Good news for him.
Bad news for Omarion.
BMG believes that Omarion and DJ Mustard plagiarised ‘Came’ to create ‘Post’ and is seeking $300,000 from the pair.
For, they’ve also has hit them with an injunction to prevent them from earning money from the song until the legal matter is settled.