Kanye West sued over unauthorised sermon usage in ‘Donda’ album

American rapper, Kanye West, also known as Ye, is facing a lawsuit after a Texas clergy, Bishop David Paul Moten, claimed he allegedly sampled his sermon on one of his songs, Come to life without his permission.

According to reports, Bishop David Paul Moten sued Kanye West, UMG Recordings, Def Jam Recordings and G.O.O.D music. Moten is going after them all for damages.

In a document obtained by TMZ, the Bishop claimed the sermon is used for 70 seconds on the track which is more than 20 percent of the song.

The song, Come to life is housed by Ye’ studio album Donda.

Donda is the tenth studio album by the rapper, released through GOOD music on August 29, 2021.

It initially scored the most first day stream for an album in 2021 on Apple music and Spotify.

It stood as West’s 10th conservative chart-topper on the US billboard 200.

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