WWE superstar John Cena has finally reacted to the viral song made by SA rapper Sho Madjozi, revealing why he did not sue the star for making a song named after him.
John Cena on A Little Late show With Lilly Singh also explained how fans and concerned ones asked him to sue the rapper for copyright infringement.
While speaking in the show John Cena revealed that he learnt about it through social media and loved what the rapper, did.
“So I woke up one day, flooded with messages like, ‘man, you need to check out this link, you need to check this out right now. This girl is singing about you.’ I said, ‘that’s great’, and they said, ‘no it’s not, this girl is making fun of you, she’s using you in a song, you’ve got to stop this’.”
John said while there were calls for him to take legal action against Sho for copyright infringement, he was impressed with her.
“So, it’s two schools of thought. Yes, she’s mentioning my name and referencing what I do for a living, and I could easily be like, ‘yo, that’s IP copyrighting’ or I could say, ‘wow, she is a South African artist and my contribution at WWE has sparked creative inspiration to someone halfway across the world’. She can do whatever she wants.”
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