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T-Pain Lawsuit Explained Through Rhyme

T-Pain Lawsuit Explained Through Rhyme

Here’s something that you might like.
It’s called the “I Am T-Pain Mic.”
You see, T-Pain originally used a program called Auto-Tune,
but he’ll be taking the developer, Antares, to court pretty soon.
Antares and T-Pain used to work together.
But then T realized that he could do better.
He wants Antrares to stop using his image for a product he doesn’t endorse
because his business future has taken a different course.
He’s now partnering with a brand called Izotope.
He’ll make more money and have more control, or so he hopes.
Izotope developed the mic and “The T-Pain Effect.”
The Antares lawsuit is still pending, we’ll see what happens next.

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