What Y’all​ Know About a $44 Million Dollar Lawsuit?

Recently the songwriter who wrote Usher’s “Bad Girl” from the diamond-certified album Confessions was awarded $44 million in a lawsuit.

According to Rolling Stone, the writer Daniel Marino did not receive credit.

The Associated Press reported William Guice, Marino’s former co-writer, had to pay $6.75 million in “compensatory damages” and $20.25 million for “punitive damages.” Also, the AP reported that “Destro Music Productions, owned by co-defendant Dante Barton, agreed to pay Marino $17.35 million.”

Thankfully our boy Usher wasn’t named at all, so to celebrate his immunity check out the song below!