Daz Dillinger Wants Grand Theft Auto V Recalled For Stealing His Music

Former Death Row Rapper Accuses GTA V Of Using His Music Without Permission

(AllHipHop News) The extremely successful roll out of Grand Theft Auto V may have hit snag. Former Death Row Records rapper Daz Dillinger is accusing the game’s makers, Take-Two Interactive Software and Rockstar Games, of using his songs without his permission.

According to TMZ, a cease and desist letter sent by Daz and his attorney claim that the songs “C-Walk” and “Nothin’ But the Cavi Hit” were included in GTA V even after Daz declined the supposed $4,271 fee offered to use both songs.

Daz now wants a bigger pay out or demands that all remaining unsold copies of the game be recalled and destroyed. He has given the game makers 14 days to comply to either request.

Grand Theft Auto V reportedly grossed $800 million in its first 24 hours of release and has gone on to earn over $1 billion in sales. That was one of the biggest initial launches in entertainment history.

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