F. N. MeccaThe problems did not disappear when Capitol Records stopped the controversial project – the black rapper, whose voice was used for Meka, started the process for a lawsuit against the creators.
Bully Kyle says the creators of FN Meka stole his dropper to create the character and he’s ready to face them in court. Kyle tells TMZ Hip Hop … that his lawyers have already started legal the process of compensation for damages from both Brandon Le and Factory New this week.
Kyle says he was “young” when he met Factory New, but says he was promised a share and ownership of helps voice and write music for FN Meka.
He also claims he gave them all the “cool” ideas and wouldn’t have allowed hiccups like the police brutality photo.
When asked about the Instagram image of the FN Meka being beaten by a police officer, Martini said: “Some of the early content, now when you take it out of context, clearly looks worse or different than intended.” Their Instagram is now private. pic.twitter.com/uE6tTPCdPW
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Kyle’s lawyer, Andrew Orcutt TMZ reports, “Despite multiple inquiries, we have not heard back or contacted Factory New’s or Brandon Le’s legal representatives, nor have we received an official offer of compensation. We continue to evaluate our options and look forward to a speedy and fair resolution of this matter.”
Throughout industry response to Mekawe have a hip hop veteran Crazy Bone“take what anyone said real rappers” jobs were at risk … but Kyle actually disagrees.
Kyle raps for real, not just virtually, and saw the digital rapper horizon as a way for artists to expand their careers and portfolios – but now he wants his cause to shine a light on anyone who’s been ghosted in the music industry.
We’ve reached out to Factory New to get their side of the story, but have yet to hear back. FN Meka too, but we know he doesn’t talk anymore!