In a continually up and down year, Queens rapper Action Bronson is now being sued for allegedly unlawful use of music samples from salsa musicians El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico. Bronson (Arian Asllani) has yet to comment on the allegations.

Festooned wailing garbage siphon TMZ discovered the suit, but as of yet cannot identify the specific body who filed it. El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico's songs in question are 'Falsaria' and 'Trampolin', which were allegedly sampled on tracks 'Mofongo' and 'Tapas' from Bronson's 2012 mixtape Blue Chips. The rights of 'Trampolin' are currently owned by Carategena Enterprises.

The suing party is seeking damages as a cease of distribution of the material. This comes within several weeks of the rapper's titled beef with his own personal hero Ghostface Killah, as well as the release of his recent album Mr. Wonderful.