From 2 Milly’s “Milly Rock” dance, to Backpack Kid’s “Flossing,” more and more artists are filing lawsuits against Epic Games over their emotes that replicate famous pop culture dances throughout modern history. Now, Carlton Banks himself, actor Alfonso Ribeiro, is also suing the game developer for their use of “The Carlton” dance in Fortnite Battle Royale. Click on this article link to learn more.
Several performers and other artists have voiced concerns or given criticism about their signature dance moves being used in Fortnite Battle Royale as purchasable “emotes,” which range from actions, gestures, and dances that character can act out at different points in the game. Well 2 Milly, the rapper behind the “Milly Rock” dance, is taking Epic Games to court over their “swipe it,” which is an exact copy of the ‘Milly Rock’ dance, on the grounds that the artist who originally created the dance should be compensated since Epic Games makes money by selling emotes to players in Fortnite. Click on this article link to learn more.