BREAKING NEWS – New York City, New York – Streaming service Tidal was hit with a lawsuit alleging rapper Kanye West used deceptive marketing practices. The lawsuit, filed by Edelson PC, claims that the streaming service acquired $84 million in personal data and credit card information from users by offering exclusive access to West’s newest album, “The Life of Pablo,” according to Variety. The Grammy Award-winning showman had said publicly that the “Pablo” album would “never ever” appear on Apple Music or iTunes, and claimed he would not sell it to collectors. However, although it started as a Tidal exclusive, his album soon became available on other services such as Pandora, Spotify and, yes, Apple. West stated at a press conference that he is not worried about the potential civil litigation because he has already informed his attorneys to use the “there’s a sucker born every day” defense.