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RZA hits back at Dutch singer's lawsuit

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Rapper RZA has hit back at a lawsuit from a Dutch singer who alleges the Wu-Tang Clan star owes her royalties, insisting she was fully paid for her work on tracks they recorded together.

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Thea Van Seijen claims she is owed money for singing on RZA's track "Baby Boy," as well as for 13 other songs the duo co-wrote and performed from 2004 to 2011, and filed a lawsuit in a bid to land a slice of the profits.

However, RZA, real name Robert Fitzgerald Diggs, has now fired at back at her allegations, filing legal papers in which he states Van Seijen was compensated for her work at the time and is not listed as a co-author on any of the songs, according to TMZ.com.

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