Action Bronson has been slapped with a lawsuit for allegedly using music without any permission.

According to reports, the Puerto Rican salsa group El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico is suing Bam Bam because he sampled two of their songs, “Falsaria” and “Trampolin,” on his tracks “Mofongo” and “Tapas” without asking permission. The group claims that he is making money off of those tracks and they want to stop distribution and be compensated.

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El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico claim that he admitted to using thier music for “Falsaria” in 2011 and said he is a fan of their music in a 2014 interview with Inquistr.

The amount they are seeking in damages has not been disclosed.

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