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Juice Wrld seems to still have legal issues posthumously.
Back in October, we reported that the rapper was being sued by the punk rock band Yellowcard for copyright infringement for $15 million.
According to Complex, the late rapper did receive an extension on the case until Dec 9th, but in light of his untimely death Juice’s party is scheduled to be in court on February 4th, 2020.
The group filed a claim against Juice Wrld claiming that his hit single “Lucid Dreams” was very similar to their 2006 song “Hollywood Died”.
Juice Wrld as well as the song’s co- writer Taz Taylor, Artist 101 Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Services, and more are among those are also being sued.