It was reported that a lawsuit between Daz Dillinger and BMG over song rights has postponed the release of the Tupac biopic All Eyez On Me. Daz has denied the claims.
Earlier today [July 16] TMZ reported:
Rapper Daz Dillinger claims he holds the rights to the track “Ambitionz Az a Ridah” … prominently featured in the “All Eyez on Me” movie. But Daz claims BMG publishing house begs to differ, insisting only it can green light the song for the flick. Thus, there’s now a standoff.
The movie release has been pushed from September to November … we’re told so Daz and BMG can resolve the conflict.
This is the latest in a series of nasty legal battles between Daz and BMG. The rapper sued BMG back in April, claiming the company owes him more than $75k in royalties.
However, Daz hopped on Instagram to immediately shoot down the story, claiming that nothing his holding up the movie and everything is still going according to plan.
“Ain’t nothing derailed about that Tupac All Eyez On Me movie,” he bluntly states in the clip.
Daz did however fail to give us an update on the Dogg Pound biopic that he was vigorously working on after Straight Outta Compton dropped.