Ryan Reynolds on Kanye’s ‘Deadpool’ Music Copy Claim



Somewhere in between preparing to release five albums, Kanye had time to watch Deadpool 2, which hit theaters last month. Tuesday afternoon, Kanye tweeted about the two films starring Ryan Reynolds, noting he “heard tracks in it that sound similar to mine.” But Kanye doesn’t seem upset about this recent discovery, given his use of fire emojis and a follow-up tweet where he repeatedly praises the franchise for being innovative. I think Kanye just wants to let director David Leitch know that if he wants to sample something from Ye in the next Deadpool film, he’s down to clear it.

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46 thoughts on “Ryan Reynolds on Kanye’s ‘Deadpool’ Music Copy Claim

  1. 1. No, we don't need a cameo
    2. Of course he probably thinks it sounded alike, (that's what narcissism does) also the majority of Kanye's music comes from others. He loves to use samples.

  2. Kanye is the last person to talk about this. Everything he does is samples and his first couple of albums didn't clear the rights to songs. He needs to stop watching Deadpool and start reading the news.

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