The family of isn't satisfied with the money awarded to them last week in the "Blurred Lines" case. They're now going after Universal Music, Interscope Records and Star Trak Entertainment which distributed the song as well as T.I., who appears alongside and .
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Gayes have filed a motion to "correct" the jury's verdict, which ruled that the aforementioned record labels were not guilty of infringement. They also wanted Tip, who was previously let off the hook as he's credited only with writing his verse on the smashin...
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