Photo: The Feud Continues. Lindsay Lohan Allegedly Orders Club Not to Play Pitbull's Music
These days, it seems starlet Lindsay Lohan is no longer in the media due to her talents, but more so due to her party-hard lifestyle and constant feuding, and Saturday, she landed herself in The New York Times for ordering clubs not to play songs by Cuban-American rapper Pitbull.
In the song “Give Me Your Everything”, Lindsay’s name and seemingly-constant legal troubles are mentioned and the singer/actress is suing the performer for “defamatory statements…destined to do irreparable harm.”
A source at a Wednesday party reported that Lindsay’s people told the club that if a Pitbull song came on she would leave immediately.
However, a representative for Lohan stated that he asked the club not to play Pitbull’s music, but that he did not do this at the behest of Lohan, as he says she did not know he was making the request. He added that if a Pitbull song had come on, he’s sure Lindsay would not have left.
Lohan took issue with the “Give Me…” lyric, ‘I got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan’, though Pitbull has defended the song saying, “I don’t understand how this could happen when the song is positive. I support Lindsay Lohan and those who the media raises to the roof and, once up there, throws them to the ground and does what they want with the artist’s life. And that’s what the song says.”
Despite the rapper’s attempt to clear the air however, it appears to not have swayed Lohan, whose suit against him remains.
Watch the video for Pitbull’s “Give Me Everything” feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer.