Madonna Calls Out Tory Lanez, Demands Rapper Stop Illegally Using Her Song 'Into The Groove' In New Track

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Dec. 27 2021, Published 7:27 p.m. ET

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Madonna has had it!

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The Queen of Pop claimed Tory Lanez is sampling one of her famous songs on his new track without her permission, and she's mad.

The 63-year-old icon recently commented on the rapper's social media, saying: "Read your messages for illegal usage of my song get into the groove!," reported TMZ. It appears she slid into his DMs to demand he address the issue immediately.

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Madonna alleged in the rapper's newest hit song, "Pluto's Last Comet," he's been ripping off her song "Into The Groove" as the beginning instrumentals sound eerily familiar. No word if the 29-year-old Canadian has cleared up the mishap with the pop diva.

Lanez can't seem to keep himself out of trouble lately. Earlier this month new details emerged in the alleged shooting involving the rapper and Megan Thee Stallion.

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As OK! previously reported, LAPD Detective Ryan Stogner took the stand on Tuesday, December 14, during a preliminary hearing and claimed Tory shouted "Dance b***h, dance!" while shooting bullets at Megan's feet, eventually striking her.

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The officer claimed the Texas native told him Lanez was drunk during the shooting incident in July 2020. In light of the horrific event, the "Say It" crooner — real name Daystar Peterson — faces one count of assault with a semiautomatic firearm in a manner that caused great bodily injury, and one count of carrying a concealed, unregistered weapon.

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The detective stated the shooting happened in the Hollywood Hills around 4:30 a.m. after a party. The two rappers allegedly got into a dispute before Lanez started firing off the weapon. After Stogner's testimony, the judge ruled the case could move forward to trial, which is set to begin on January 13, 2022.

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Meanwhile, the record producer has feverishly maintained his innocence and pleaded not guilty to shooting the "WAP' songstress in November. If convicted as charged, the "Convertible Burt" rapper could be sentenced to up to 22 years in state prison.


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