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Ubisoft: Imma Be Suing The Black Eyed Peas

Posted on Wednesday, October 17 @ 09:19:06 PST by

The Black Eyed Peas Experience that Ubisoft published last year must have been such a stinkin' turd that not even the Black Eyed Peas themselves—ruiners of Superbowl Halftime Shows—will acknowledge an iOS game based on the group.

After the Wii and Kinect game released, Ubisoft thought to themselves, let's get it started, referring to an iOS follow-up they began designing. And as per Ubi's contract with BEP, it required the music firm's written approval before Ubisoft could proceed with releasing the product—an approval that was due in 10 business days after the request was submit, and an approval that Ubisoft still hasn't received.

Now, Ubisoft is stuck with a game they spent money, time, and effort creating that they can't even release. Black Eyed Peas wouldn't even meet them halfway.

Well.I.Am stunned!

So, what's Ubisoft gonna do with all that junk? All that junk inside that trunk? No they're not going to get drunk, and they're not going to do any humping of lovely little lady lumps. They're going to get even, giving the Black Eyed Peas some Boom Boom Pow, by suing the BEP Music label for damages in excess of $1,000,000 due to a breach of contract.

I can't blame Ubi for being angry about this Dirty Bit of Monkey Business—c'mon BEP, Where is the love?

Although, admittedly, I was having the time of my life writing this horrible pun-filled atrocity of an article, I am truly ashamed to even know so much about their music. I've never felt this way before

Okay, I'll stop it now. It's The E.N.D.

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