I first heard people quoting the line a few weeks ago at work and passed it off as drunken mooks making an attempt at comedy. The clip has gotten over four million views and launched Brown into her fifteen minutes of fame…or longer? Why not? Why not see what hijinks Brown gets into? Out of all the YouTube sensations Brown is the one that annoys me the least. I would not want to watch him weeping into the camera on a weekly basis. Brown, enjoy your fame while it lasts. Not many people get the opportunity you have.
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Oh Lord Jesus it's a fire! She escaped from a fire and lived to talk about it. And then I thought somebody was barbecuing. I said 'Oh Lord Jesus! It's a fire! I didn't grab no shoes or nothin' Jesus!
She sued Apple
Kimberly Wilkins — better known to the world as Sweet Brown — was in the right place at the right time to become an internet sensation. Her declaration of, "Ain't nobody got time for that! Having that many people watching you is life-changing. So, what has changed in her life? Sweet Brown filed a lawsuit, saying that not only was the song up for sale and that The Bob Rivers Show was making a profit from her, but that she definitely never gave her consent for the clip to be used — even though the radio station claimed that she had. Since Apple removed the song immediately after the complaint was filed, they were protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and that just left the radio show itself.
In the suit, Wilkins claimed she was defrauded when her voice and likeness were used to sell the song on iTunes without her permission. Court documents show the lawsuit was dismissed because Wilkins and a co-plaintiff did not provide disclosures after they were ordered to do so by U. District Judge Joe Heaton. Heaton dismissed the case without prejudice, meaning Wilkins can refile the lawsuit, records show. During the interview, she made comments and used several phrases that have made her somewhat famous. I ran for my life and then the smoke got me.