Remember back in 2013 when Miley Cyrus had a ~transformation~ and shaved her hair off, began toting around foam fingers and released the certified banger We Can't Stop? Well, you may want to cast your mind back to that glorious time because it's being dragged into the spotlight this week.
The singer is being sued an incredible USD$300 million (approximately AUD$381 million) by Jamaican Artist Flourgon, who claims she was inspired by his original 1988 song We Run Things.
TMZ reports that, in the documents, Flourgon isn't saying Miley stole his music or lyrics, but that she stole his "unique and creative lyrical phraseology in order to establish an overarching and pervasive theme ... in the realm of self-discovery and self-governings."
Flourgon - real name Michael May - is suing Miley and Sony to block further distribution, sales, and performances of the song.
According to Daily Mail, the only lyrical similarity between the two songs is is the line "We run things, things no run we," compared to Miley's "We run things. Things don't run we."
Have a listen to the two songs below.