Westside Gunn is definitely one of the most recognizable rappers in the Hip-Hip world. Westside Gunn is no stranger to debate either, as he created the headlines because he was in a relationship with Marilyn Manson. Now the rapper seems to have been subjected to copyright warnings.
In addition to being a die-hard wrestling fan, Westside Gunn is also known to bite his own horn, especially when it comes to fashion games. Before working with Eminem and collaborating with Kanye West, Gunn called himself “Flygod.”
However, as most fans know, Westside Gunn is a big fan of professional wrestling. WWE has filed several YouTube copyright objections to Griselda Records for some of their singles. For those who don’t know, Griselda Records is run by Westside Gunn.
The official Griselda Records Instagram account went into their stories and reported that WWE had taken copyright blows against them on YouTube, which was a blow to them.
“Why Retroactive Copyright Claims? @WWE ”
Excluded songs for copyright claims: Claiborne Kick, The Hurt Business, French Toast and All St. Me. These songs also include WWE audio and interview tracks.
According to reports, Greg Hamilton threatened to sue Westside Gunn last year. Maybe it was he was therefore fired by WWE. Gunn has not yet commented on the copyright warnings, but he will do so soon.