Kanye Fans Seek Cert. In Suit Over Tidal Release Tweet

Law360 (August 22, 2018, 8:55 PM EDT) -- A group of Kanye West fans who claim they were tricked into subscribing to the Tidal music service and relinquishing personal information have asked a New York federal judge to certify them as a class, arguing they were all subject to the same lie in one of the rapper's tweets.

Justin Baker-Rhett, who says he and other customers signed up for a $10-a-month Tidal subscription to listen to West's "The Life of Pablo" album only after the rapper said on Twitter that the music would never be available elsewhere, argued that common issues — like whether West knew his statement was...

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