James Arthur is upset. The British singer, who rose to fame in 2012 after winning The X Factor, is in the midst of a lawsuit over his 2016 comeback single "Say You Won't Let Go," which attorneys for The Script say is too similar the Irish group's 2008 hit "The Man Who Can't Be Moved."
Arthur let it all out during a recent session on BBC Radio One's Live Lounge, when he dropped a hard-hitting freestyle in the middle of his cover of Jorja Smith's ballad "Blue Lights."
"Did you see... those desperate men call for desperate times," he rhymes on the video, in which he appears to be lashing out at the band that's suing him. "But they will never see a single flippin' dime of mine/I'm dynamite, every single line I write/Inspired by life/You can get your lawyers to indict me/You rich fellows that jealous you would spite me/You should know I never follow The Script/I rip it up and I flip it/I'm from the gutters of Britain."
And that's not all. Arthur also boasted about going from nothing to having "millions," hitting out at "all the snakes full of jealousy are praying I'll flop."