The big homie DJ Khaled’s not new single “They Don’t Love You No More” is getting a lot of buzz and it’s not because Meek Mill Rick Ross, and French Montana is on the track. The issue is legal and looks to be a hot mess. Check out the details below.

The big homie DJ Khaled’s latest single “They Don’t Love You No More” just hit airwaves this week, but its artwork is already getting some unwanted attention.  According to, up-and-coming rapper Kolley wants Khaled to stop using the artwork because it resembles the cover for his “RNS” mixtape.  The artwork for both projects features photos of the artists biting gold chains.  Apparently, Kolley’s label Bigg Bank Entertainment has sent Khaled’s camp a cease and desist order threatening legal action if Khaled doesn’t stop using the artwork. Folks not playing about their intellectual property these days.

DJ Khaled’s “They Don’t Love You No More” features Jay Z, Rick Ross, Meek Mill and French Montana.  The song is set to be the first single from his upcoming eighth album.

What do you think about the single?

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