Alfonso Ribeiro Is Suing "Fortnite", "NBA 2K" For Taking 'Carlton Dance'

ALFONSO RIBEIRO is suing two video game makers for using his 'Carlton Dance' from "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" without his permission.  'The Carlton' first appeared in a 1991 episode called 'Will's Christmas Show.'

Alfonso is suing Epic, which makes "Fortnite", and Take-Two, which does "NBA 2K".  He says both games feature digital versions of his dance. I gotta admit, I've seen it and thought that too!

However, he's not the only one.

Brooklyn rapper 2 Milly is also suing for the Milly Rock dance he created.  
Backpack Kid, who created flossing, has also filed suit.
Snoop Dogg, Donald Fasion, and more have also had their moves taken by the game. According to Donald Faison, (Turk on 'Scrubs') "I don’t get no money. That’s what y’all are thinking, right? Somebody got paid? No. No. I did not. Somebody stole that sh*t, and it’s not mine any more."

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