Michael Shagg Washington

December 9, 2010 by USA Post 

Michael Shagg Washington, It’s been six years since the launch of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Still, the singer of Cypress Hill, Michael “Shagg” Washington, has denounced Rockstar and demands $ 250 million, a quarter of the total profits of the game. Washington, “which had a troubled life in his youth”, said the company was interviewed for details of street life, “including how teens who were in a band bicycling.” “After almost two hours of questions that covered many topics and street gangs, the meeting ended.” Later, they told him that if he included in the game, you would be warned, but knew nothing more about it.

Washington says it discovered the game in July thanks to his cousin, and he had “never seen the game. He does not own or play video games. Then he remembered the 2003 meeting and began to realize that his image had been stolen.” Washington asks $ 250 million for fraud and misappropriation.For its part, Take Two has told IGN that they will not sit still, that the complaint “without merit” and “will vigorously defends itself.”

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