Madonna is being sued over her dance megahit "Vogue". Wanna know the reason? She allegedly never paid to make the song so damn horny! 

To be more specific, the record company named "VMG Salsoul" filed the lawsuit against Madonna in L.A., claiming that The Queen of Pop sampled the horns and strings from "Salsoul Orchestra's" 1977 dance song "Chicago Bus Stop (Ooh, I Love It)."

According to the lawsuit, Madonna never paid to use the samples and has illegally profited off the instrumentals since she released "Vogue" in 1990.

So, you may resonably wonder: "Why did it take so long?"

Well, "VMG Salsoul" states the samples aren't obvious and were only recently detected thanks to new technology that can help isolate and identify individual sounds.

"VMG Salsoul" is now filing a lawsuit against Madonna for copyright infringement, demanding unspecified damages. 

What do you think?

Is this lawsuit against Madonna reasonable or bogus?

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