Black Eyed Peas in Authorized Battle with Pooping Unicorn Toys

Pooping unicorns may not be the very first thing you consider if you consider Black Eyed Peas’ “My Humps,” however now {that a} line of excremental toys play a suspiciously acquainted tune, they is perhaps a strong quantity two. Black Eyed Peas’ music writer BMG Rights Administration aren’t completely happy about that, and as Reuters stories, BMG is suing the makers of Poopsie Slime Shock for ripping off “My Humps” with their very own music, “My Poops.”

Poopsie Slime Shock comes from MGA, who’re liable for the Bratz line of dolls. In keeping with the lawsuit, “My Poops” performs on one of many dolls if you press a button on its stomach, main each to bop strikes and to a much less savory motion: the toys “excrete glowing slime.” “My Poops” may also be heard in a music video made to advertise the toys, which you’ll be able to examine to the 2005 authentic beneath.

The similarities between “My Humps” and “My Poops” aren’t apparent from the very first whiff of synths, but it surely’s unmistakable by the point the refrain plops into your ears. “My poops, my poops my poops my poops,” the unicorn sings. The lyrics proceed, “Whatcha gonna do with all that poop, all that poop,” and add, “I drive my mother and father loopy, I do it day by day,” stated in an identical rhythm to Fergie’s “I drive these brothers loopy, I do it on the each day.”

BMG alleges that Poopsie Slime Shock has made MGA tens of thousands and thousands of {dollars} and that the corporate ignored cease-and-desist warnings. They’re asking for a steaming $10 million in damages.

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