Blaq Diamond expresses excitement as they win a legal battle against Ambitiouz Entertainment. The Johannesburg high court ordered the record label not to remove their music from streaming sites and YouTube after being involved in a bitter legal dispute with the popular music duo for some time.
The court order states: “Having read the papers filed on record, heard counsel, and considered the matter, the following order is made; pending final determination of Part B attached to this application, any person or entity acting in concert with the respondents, are hereby interdicted from removing and or deleting the account of the applicants’ YouTube channel.
“That it be ordered that the second respondent be interdicted from raising any copyright/ownership dispute against works of the applicants with any other digital streaming platform (DSP) inclusive of the first respondent, Spotify, iTunes, Deezer, authored by the applicants from June 15 2022, pending final determination of Part B.”
In other news – Black Panther actor Tenoch Huerta denies s.e.x.ual assault allegation
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever actor Tenoch Huerta is denying an allegation of sexual assault.
The Mexican actor, known for his role as Namor in the Marvel movie, was accused of sexual assault by musician and activist Elena Ríos in a series of tweets over the weekend. On Thursday, Ríos called Huerta a “predator” while slamming the nonprofit Poder Prieto, a racial justice advocacy group, for not compensating her for a podcast appearance and alleging the group was protecting the actor.Read More