Black Keys sue Pizza Hut, Home Depot for probably ripping off their songs

First, they came for Beach House. And I did not speak up, because I was kinda busy.

- Jun 22, 2012

First, they came for Beach House. And I did not speak up, because I was kinda busy. But I’m free now, and the Black Keys are waging bloody legal war against unscrupulous advertising agencies representing Pizza Hut and Home Depot for maybe but let’s face it PROBABLY stealing their songs. I know what you’re thinking: yes, the Pizza and Power Tool lobbies are two of the most powerful and respected political forces in the United States, but don’t worry: the Black Keys have God, Justice, and also money on their side, and it’s PERSONAL, because their songs were used and that’s kind of a dick move. If you watch the Pizza Hut hack job below and you’re confused as to why a company with near unlimited funds would steal such a well-known song, let me remind you that nothing is more American than taking things from other people, calling it something else, and outspending/murdering any protesting voices.

Watch the Pizza Hut one right here.

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