Fortnite It is one of the most popular video games on the planet and its dances have become one of the favorite elements of its users, but the company Epic Games may face legal problems through the "theft" of choreography.
rapper 2 Milly he accused Fortnite to take dance moves "Milly Rock"- known in the video game as"Slide it"- without his authorization, and is considering setting a claim after he learns that users have to buy" dance "if they want their character.
"Everyone said," Hey, your dance is at stake. "They really sell that special move, you have to buy it when I really thought … this can not take too long," he said.
He added: "We do not even want to attack them for all the militia they have won, you know what I say, it's not like that, I feel I have to protect what is mine."
Fortnite should put current rap songs behind the dances that make as much money as Emotes. Black commercials have created and popularized these dances but have never made money. Imagine the money people spend for these Emotes to be shared with the artists who have done them
– Chance Rapper (@chancetherapper) July 13, 2018
On the other hand, Chance The Rapper He stressed a few months ago in his official Twitter account that Fortnite should recognize the creators of the dances used in video games and even suggested to distribute the money I am putting in for a movement among the artists who invented it.
"Fortnite should put the songs of rap behind the dances that produce so much money as" Emotes. "Creative blacks have created and popularized these dances but never sold them Imagine that the money that people spend for these Emotes being shared with the artists who made them, "publicly.
In turn, Epic Games, which generated more than $ 1 billion thanks to Fortnite due to the 140 million users, did not comment, but the "Swipe It" movement is no longer available.