Rapper Says Dr. Dre, Chris Brown, Eminem Robbed Him of His Music & Tried to Murk Him

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Rounding 'Em Up

The music industry is a cutthroat field to make a career in. Point blank. Period. While this figure of speech is most accurate in relation to the hip-hop community, no one takes attempted murder allegations figuratively.

In Nov. 2017, in a U.S. Federal Court in Los Angeles, Jason David Yonai — a little-known aspiring rapper — filed a suit against some of the biggest names in hip-hop: Dr. Dre, Eminem, Chris Brown, The Game and record producer Jimmy Iovine. Typically going by his stage-name “KazeLoon” or “K.D. Lean,” Yonai claims that the group not only stole his music, but they also tried to off him.

“The defendants in this matter committed numerous counts of fraud against me and the plaintiffs and then tried to hire hitmen to [murder] me and my group or the plaintiffs,” Yonai’s complaint reads according to Bossip. It continues:

“The defendants in this matter committed intentional acts such as threats, threats to commit a crime against our person, intentional infliction of emotional distress, invasion of privacy, defamation (slander and libel), solicitation of murder with great bodily harm and malice premeditation against us the plaintiffs, with a conspiracy theory and group of many people who are the defendants in this matter.”

Eminem with Dr. Dre

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