Internet star Sweet Brown, known for her catchphrase, “Ain’t nobody got time for that,” is suing Apple, claiming she was defrauded.
Sweet Brown’s (real name Kimberly Wilkins) interview with an Oklahoma news station went viral after she was interviewed about an apartment fire she escaped, famously telling the reporter, “Ain’t nobody got time for that!”
Someone from the Bob Rivers Show in Seattle called Sweet Brown for an interview and parts of the interview was turned into a song, which was then posted on iTunes. Now Sweet Brown is suing Apple, saying the computer giant defrauded her by using her likeness and voice to sell songs, which she never consented to.
She may have trouble collecting any money though. Brown and her co-plaintiff Sparkell Adams, described as Wilkins’ business manager, are seeking $15 million, but their attorneys have withdrawn, citing “unresolvable differences.”