Friday, January 22, 2010

FOXNews.com - 'Idol' Sensation General Larry Says 'Pants on the Ground' Being Stolen


FOXNews.com - 'Idol' Sensation General Larry Says 'Pants on the Ground' Being Stolen
General Larry Platt, who became a national obsession after performing his original tune "Pants on the Ground" during an "American Idol audition," said Thursday that he is being taken advantage of by folks looking to make a fast buck from his hip hop tune and is searching for representation, Fox News reported.
Platt, a civil rights soldier turned rap impresario, said he wants to protect his song.
In just a little over a week, his hit song made its way from American Idol to the radio and even the football team the Minnesota Vikings' locker room.
SLIDESHOW: 'Pants on the Ground' Goes Viral.
Platt said he knew all about the use of his song and likeness without his consent.
"I need a copywriter to help me. They are stealing my stuff," he said.

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