Rapper 'The Game' Stole Album Cover, Suit Says

Law360, New York (August 27, 2015, 6:32 PM EDT) -- A Florida hip hop artist says rapper The Game blatantly stole his copyrighted photo and used it as the artwork for the chart-topping single "Ryda" — and that he's not the star's first victim.

The Game's cover art for his "Ryda" single features an allegedly stolen photograph. (Credit: Court Documents) Kevinn McNair — who performs as a hip hop artist under the stage name Ariza Obey — hit The Game with a copyright infringement lawsuit on Aug. 21 over his photo "Ride or Die" that depicts McNair and a shirtless woman hugging, wearing ski masks, and pointing guns in opposite directions....

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