Robin Thicke And Pharrell Williams To Pay Marvin Gaye's Family $7.3 Million Over 'Blurred Lines'
Could the verdict have a chilling effect on the music industry?
There's big reaction to the news that a jury ruled Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams ripped off "Blurred Lines" from the late Marvin Gaye.
Gaye's daughter, Nona was in tears after the verdict.
"I'm so thankful that they didn't allow their stardom to affect their judgment," she said.
Gaye's son, Marvin III told us the verdict will have a chilling effect on the music industry.
"I'm sure there will be artists who will write other stuff, so just be fair about the process and respect other people's work," he said.
The jury awarded Gaye's family a whopping $7.3 million.
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