Juice WRLD simply completed coping with Sting suing him over his Billboard hit “Lucid Dreams,” which samples his 1993 single “Shape Of My Heart.” Now Juice is going through extra authorized bother over one other tune.

16-year-old beatmaker Jerome Willisch out of Colorado has filed a lawsuit by way of his guardians in opposition to Juice WRLD for allegedly lifting his tune “Ice” as the idea for his monitor “Lean Wit Me,” which lives on his 2018 album Goodbye & Good Riddance, TMZ experiences.

According to court docket docs, the up-and-coming producer, who goes by the moniker Fly Jxy, believes his tune “Ice” is “the important beat and basis” for “Lean Wit Me.”

The visible for “Lean Wit Me” was uploaded to YouTube again in August and at present sits at over 36 million views.

Fly Jxy has named Juice WRLD, Internet Money producer Nick Mira (who additionally produced “Lucid Dreams”), Interscope Records and Universal Music Group within the lawsuit. He is looking for unspecified damages and has requested the decide to yank “Lean Wit Me” off all digital service platforms.

Listen to Fly Jxy’s “Ice” for comparability beneath.

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