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Forgot About Pay: Jacques Loussier Sues Eminem

The “Real Slim Shady” is real shady indeed. He didn’t get his permission slip signed, but went on the field trip anyway.

Rap star Eminem (aka Slim Shady, aka Marshall Bruce Mathers III, aka The Reason For Those “Parental Advisory” Stickers) is being sued by French jazz pianist Jacques Loussier. The pianist filed a copyright infringement suit on Thursday, accusing Eminem (pictured left) and his record label, Interscope, of using portions of the Loussier-penned jazz-fusion tune “Pulsion” without permission.

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