Grand Theft Auto V Stole 1990s Rapper’s Music, Facing Lawsuit

Grand Theft Auto V could be the hottest selling game this year with more than 11 million copies sold in just 24 hours after it was released.

The huge popularity could land the video game makers in some serious legal troubles.

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According to TMZ, former Dogg Pound rapper Daz Dillinger says game makers Take-Two Interactive Software and Rockstar Games stole his music.

The rapper and his attorney fired off a cease and desist letter to the two companies asking them to pay up.

Daz and his attorney say “C-Walk” and “Nothin’ But the Cavi Hit” are used in the record-setting game, even though Daz turned down the company’s “offensively low offer of $4,271.00 for both songs.”

Dillinger wants the companies to make him a better offer or recall the games they already sold. Consider the game already sold more than 15 million copies and gross over a billion dollars in just three days.

Grand Theft Auto V has already broken seven Guinness World Records including Best-selling videogame in 24 hours, Fastest entertainment property to gross $1 billion, and Highest grossing videogame in 24 hours.