Lily Allen is quitting the music business (rejoice!), maybe (oh).
Ms Allen is apparently ticked off at the business of people going around finding music that they like and sharing it with their friends.
Lily started a blog - called 'It's not alright' - as a vehicle for ranting on and on about how evil file sharing was but mysteriously pulled it down a couple of days later. Why? The smart money says that it's because she ripped a chunk of text off another web site without crediting it - which is somewhat ironic, given the message she was trying to put across
Further cementing this flimsy stance, she's also removed a couple of previously available mix tapes from her web site. Again, why? A quick listen on the Sneak iPod finds that they contain a lot of samples. Did she get the correct clearance on those? Was the whole business of piracy and music theft less important when it wasn't her lavish lifestyle that was at risk? We'll let you cynics decide.
In the meantime if you want to stay on Lily's side you should try and avoid her. We suggest that if you like her music you keep it to yourself, don't recommend it to anyone - and definitely never listen to it unless you have paid for the privilege. If at all.
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