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If A Song Is Stolen On The Internet, And No One Is Around To Hear It, Does It Make a Sound?

Thievery and plagiarism are normal occurences on the internet.  We at Crappy Rappers have come to accept this, as we've seen our material "borrowed" from just about every type of person in the hip-hop industry.  But that's neither here nor there.  This is about Steven Jo.

Who is Steven Jo, you ask?  From my limited (seriously, about 2 mins.) research, he's a YouTube personality who became famous for his dad beating him up, kind of like Bam Margera, except the opposite as Bam Margera used to beat the shit out of his dad, and Steven Jo is black and has Chief Keef braids.  Man that is a long-ass sentence.  Moving on...

Apparently Steven Jo decided to try his hand at rapping.  I guess he figured he already has the street credibility for getting beat up on camera, albeit by his own father, so why not start kicking some dope(y) rhymes?  It worked for Lil' B, right?  

He puts out this song called "Hella Bandz", which, at first, I figured must have been about Silly Bandz because Steven Jo wrote it.  Alas, I was wrong, the song was in fact about bands of money.  Cool.  Anyway, Steven put out a WorldStar video the other day about how this kid rapper, Lil' Mouse, completely stole his song and idea.

I don't know which song came first, because I obviously don't have time to listen to such garbage, even though I run a rap site about bad rap music, however, I have to side with Lil' Mouse here.  Let's say he did steal the song.  He's "only" 13 (in hip-hop years, probably about 22 irl), he's supposed to do shit like that.  If the song blows up, he's the next Bow Wow.  If it doesn't, then he can say he stole off some dummy who got beat up on YouTube by his dad.

Now if this is some type of coincidence, then it just goes as more evidence that Steven Jo just might be "off" since he had the same idea as a 13-year old.  Either way, it's not a good look, as the cool kids say.  

This is all probably a "mute" point (s/o Byron Crawford), because no one outside of both parties' immediate families have heard either of these songs, but someone had to do a post on this bullshit, right?

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