Robin Thicke is being sued by the estate of Marvin Gaye for stealing from not one but two of the late music icon's songs, according to court papers.
The family initially claimed that Thicke's hit "Blurred Lines" plagiarized Gaye's 1977 track "Got to Give It Up." Now they say he uses two Gaye songs.
Thicke, Pharrell Williams and Clifford Harris, Jr. (T.I.), who wrote "Blurred Lines," preemptively sued Gaye's estate after their complaints in August.
The trio claimed that "Blurred Lines" was "starkly different" from "Got to Give It Up," that Gaye does not own a genre, and that the claims were damaging.
Now Gaye's family have filed a countersuit against Thicke alleging he ripped off "Got to Give It Up" and "After the Dance" for his 2011 album Love After War.