Anita Baker blasts Apple Music for ‘piracy and attempted theft’

On Wednesday, Anita Baker took to Twitter to call out Apple Music for stealing her music.

The problem arose when the media giant tweeted an advertisement for her 80s classics … despite the fact that Baker claims they don’t have the rights to her songs.

“Dearest @AppleMusic… You have no digital licensing agreements 4 any of my compositions. kinda arrogant 2 advertise on my Twitter…” she tweeted out.

Dearest @AppleMusic… You have no digital licensing agreements 4 any of my compositions. kinda arrogant 2 advertise on my Twitter…

— Anita Baker (@IAMANITABAKER) November 18, 2015

She then continued, “Piracy & attempted theft of my catalog is one of many things u will read about… Happens all day long. Artists Create/TheyTake… #CorporatePiracy #CopyrightInfringement #TheftOfIntellectualProperty…”

Piracy & attempted theft of my catalog is one of many things u will read about…

— Anita Baker (@IAMANITABAKER) November 18, 2015

Happens all day long. Artists Create/TheyTake… #CorporatePiracy #CopyrightInfringement #TheftOfIntellectualProperty

— Anita Baker (@IAMANITABAKER) November 18, 2015

“Not even a battle… Small artists who need the revenue can’t really even say anything,” she added.

not even a battle… Small artists who need the revenue can’t really even say anything ?

— Anita Baker (@IAMANITABAKER) November 18, 2015

Well y’all, Auntie Anita is not here for games.