Hairstylist Sues Gwen Stefani For $25m Over ''Spark the Fire''

Wochit Headline News - Saturday, 14 January 2017
Gwen Stefani's former hairstylist is not a fan of her 2014 song "Spark the Fire." That's mainly because he says he wrote it and got no credit! According to E! News, Richard Morrill is suing the former No Doubt singer for $25 million, claiming she stole his lyrics for the pop hit. In fact, he's also suing the producer for not "supervising Stefani" in the writing process. He helped write and record the song for his band L.A.P.D. at the time, and says Stefani copied the chorus.

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