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Oh no, Sweet Brown! Say it ain’t so! It looks like she is suing Apple for $15 million over her using her catchphrases without her permission, according to NewsOne.

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The Bob Rivers Show, which is a radio program, made a song called “I Got Bronchitis”, and used bits from the interview that made her famous. They started selling the song in April 2012 on iTunes. According to Business Insider, “the radio program and its owner falsely advertised that Sweet Brown had given her consent for the radio station to use her voice and likeness in the song.

According to Sweet Brown’s complaint, produced the song with samples from Wilkins’ interview with the local TV-news station. The song sampled phrases like, “Ain’t nobody got time for that,” “Ran for my life,” and “Oh, Lord Jesus it’s a fire.”

The lawsuit was actually filed back in June 2012 under the name Kimberly “Sweet Brown” Wilkins. In addition to Apple, she is suing about five other parties.

It also looks as though her lawyers no longer want to be on the case, so Sweet Brown, along with co-complainant Sparkell Adams, will be representing themselves in this matter.

iTunes has since taken down the song.

Do you think Sweet Brown deserves to win? Or is this just a ploy to get more money?

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