Madonna Stole “Express Yourself”
Further cementing her title as the greatest musical fraud in history, it has been revealed by a web site that Madonna’s stole not only the song “Express Yourself” but the music video it as well (SEE PHOTO COMPARISONS BELOW).
I stumbled upon a web site that posted a link in a message board thread, where all the users were complaining about what a thief Madonna is and they are correct, as I can attest to that firsthand.
When one’s career is based on stealing and defrauding others out of their copyrighted works, over and over again, forming a pattern that spanned one’s entire career, it says you are a fraud of the highest order.
To date there have been many very credible copyright infringement and plagiarism claims against Madonna for stealing (listed below).
Then, you look at her forthcoming CD, “Hard Candy” and once again, it is packed with copyright infringement. She stole the CD cover from Kylie Minogue. She stole the song “Candy Shop” from 50 Cent. Then she stole the songs “4 Minutes To Save The World,” “Incredible,” “Devil” and “Dance Tonight” from my released and unreleased work from my PREEXISTING Copyrighted Catalog that contains 10,000 songs, among other items.
When you look over the sheer amount of stuff Madonna has stolen from so many people, you say to yourself regarding her, what a fraud. Her career has been an absolute, unequivocal fraud. For details on the following copyright thefts regarding the many artists Madonna has stolen from click here:
Like A Virgin
Express Yourself (video)
Open Your Heart
Justify My Love
In Bed With Madonna
Ray Of Light (video)
Love Profusion (video)
What It Feels Like For A Girl
What It Feels Like For A Girl (video)
Sky Fits Heaven
Let It Will Be
Hard Candy (CD cover)
4 Minutes To Save The World
Swept Away (movie)
Material Girls (movie)
Debbie Harry’s image
The Kylie Minogue’s image
NOTE: Regarding my case, in October 2007, a former Jamaican Prime Minister found a copyright attorney to represent me at an international law firm, which I thank him for. Said attorney has been working on the case, as it relates to Sony/BMG and Interscope, as I requested. I appreciate his time and efforts. The Madonna case and the other thefts that sprang from it will be pursued separately and internationally in other world forums by a human rights law firm.
However, while my attorney has been working on the case, Sony/BMG artist, Beyonce, and her family have been steadily sneaking out more and more of my copyrighted works without permission. My works are very dear to me. If you were me in this, how would you feel in light of that.
I have acted in good faith in turning in all the necessary paperwork, laid off slamming Sony/BMG artists in my widely read columns for stealing my copyrighted works, so as not to impede my attorney in anyway, to give them a chance to resolve this.
However, Beyonce and co. keep offending me more and more with the continuing thefts of my copyrights. This is greatly jeopardizing a possible settlement and I don’t fathom how Sony/BMG could want that and a Warner type boycott.
Did Beyonce not get her boss Clive Davis’ public memo that appeared all over the mainstream press last month:
Clive Davis Wants Singers to Stop Writing Songs
Music mogul Davis urges singers to stop writing songs
Davis Advises Singers Not To Write Songs
Davis advises singers not to write songs
NOTE #2: I know who the commissioned hacker is that Madonna hired in this case. I know where he works. I have recorded his various hacks into my computers without permission, where he illegally copied my Copyrighted Catalog, and I have obtained, for evidentiary purposes, a clear, irrefutable digital and financial trail between Madonna and said hacker and his place of employment. Said evidence meets all international legal standards.
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