Will.i.am may... or may not be suing Pharrell Williams over the two words, "I am". Will.i.am claims he owns the rights to the words and that Pharrell's use of them in his website "I Am Other" may confuse people. That's according to court documents obtained by Rolling Stone magazine. However, Will.i.am claims there is no truth behind it and took to his Twitter to express his thoughts.
Read more about the story and see his tweets HERE!
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