Mia, the most popular YouTube star, is in a legal battle with a company she sued over copyright claims.
Mia claims the copyright on the “Khalifa” video, a parody of “Kim Kardashian” and a favorite of her, is owned by her husband, rapper Wiz Khalifa.
Wiz’s lawyers claim that Mia’s videos are merely reposts and that they were created by Wiz himself.
Mias attorneys, though, have argued that Wiz’s videos do not violate copyright laws.
The lawsuit comes just a few months after Wiz released his debut album, “Niggas in Paris,” which included an original song called “Killer.”
The video for “Killa Mia,” featuring Wiz Khalifas vocals, has been viewed more than 300 million times.
“It’s a really bad idea to take a copyrighted song and put it on YouTube,” Mias attorney Michael Zweibel told TIME in an interview.
“YouTube should be very careful that it doesn’t take a song and rip it off, because the copyright holder has all the rights to it.”
Mias’ lawyer, Michael Zwaibel, has said that Wiz Khalifeas video is not the same as the song.
He said Wiz’s song is a parody.
Wiz Khalefas attorney, Jaye Tabor, also said the video was not a parody, but a parody-reparation of “Kilafel” and “Kilo,” the two songs Wiz released with his previous album, 2008’s “Brick.”
In a statement to TIME, Wiz Khaliffas said he was not aware of the lawsuit and that “Mia is just trying to make money off her videos and her songs.”
“The videos are not copyrighted, they are parody songs and we’ve made many songs, including a song that was not on the album.
It’s an act of infringement,” Wiz Khalafs attorney, Michael Zehrer, said.
“She’s doing this because she can, because she’s in a position where she can make money from her videos.”
The copyright infringement lawsuit, which was filed in federal court in Los Angeles on February 2, was the latest twist in a case that began in late 2015, when Mias sued Wiz Khalfas for copyright infringement over a video of her singing the song “Killing Floor” at a birthday party.
The song was the first song Wiz released to the public after releasing his first solo album, 2010’s “Aquabats,” in 2007.
Wiz said he had no idea Mias was suing him.
Wiz had not issued any official statements about the lawsuit, nor did Wiz’s attorneys respond to a request for comment.
Miamas legal team says the copyright claim is false “Miamas’ videos are a parody and are not a song.
Miah, born Mariah S. Mays, is the youngest of four children. “
This lawsuit is not about music, it is not a dispute about copyright, and it is nothing more than a legal attempt to steal from Miamans property,” his attorney, David Zwaifi, said in a statement.
Miah, born Mariah S. Mays, is the youngest of four children.
The youngest of the four sisters, she attended the University of California at Berkeley, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in political science.
She was later married to the rapper T-Pain and has four children, two of whom are still alive.
In a video posted to her YouTube channel in September 2017, Miams voice was heard singing “Kila Fela,” a popular salsa song, and a verse of “Solo” was added.
Wiz released “Krilapro” in 2012.
“Kaliapro,” which has over 4 million subscribers on YouTube at the time of its release, was released in 2014 and was nominated for several Grammys.
It was nominated three times for Best Rap Performance and won two of those.
“The Lil’ Fame song that Wiz was working on was actually a remix of a song Wiz did with T-pain,” Miam said in her interview with TIME.
“But it was the same song.
And then Wiz put the word out that the remix was not even a remix, it was actually an original.
And I think Wiz thought that was kind of funny.
But it was kind, like, I guess he wanted to say that they weren’t the same person, but they’re both the same.”
Mia and T-Pence have two children together: twins, Naeem and Alexia.
Wiz and Mia were married in 2013.
They have two other children, three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
Miesha has a two-year-old daughter named Bria.
Miazem Khalifa, a former member of the pop group Bad Bunny, was a member of Wiz Khaliefs rap group from 2008 to 2011.
She died in December 2016.