Source : Nice Kicks
Biting is still wack, but stealing is even worse. After discovering this on Nice Kicks, I was forced to ask the blogosphere if this was a blatant jacking by Nelly and Jermaine Dupri of Memphis rap group A.S.E.T song called ‘Don’t Step on my J’s”. Their song “Stepped on my J’s” seems to be pretty close to A.S.E.T’s version without a doubt.
Is this another case of more powerful artists and producers using their clout to steal a concept and to use their influence to fool the public into believing this is their song?
What do you guys think?
3 thoughts on ““Stepped on my J’s” vs. “Don’t Step on my J’s” [Nelly vs A.S.E.T]”
Well I did hear this song from A.S.E.T long before I heard the version Nelly and Jermaine put out i mean i already know what it is But i already told one of the artist about it he already know what has to be done watch who u around it’s a dirty game and money talks real talk
if nelly stole this song from these guys. did chris brown & t-pain steal the laffy taffy from dfl?
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