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  1. Fortnite

    Rapper 2 Milly Sues Fortnite for Cloning His Dance

    Epic Games’ popular Battle Royale shooter game is under fire for ripping the “Milly Rock” dance move from the Brooklyn artist, according to court documents. Although in-game it’s called “Swipe It,” 2 Milly claims it’s identical to his signature move and that Fortnite is exploiting “African-American talent” without pay or credit. Other purchasable moves include Snoop Dogg’s “Drop it Like it’s Hot” and the Carlton dance from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Epic has scored more than $1 billion in revenue since Fortnite’s release last year. 

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