Rick Ross just can't seem to stay away from legal troubles. First he defeated the drug kingpin "Freeway" Rick Ross in a court battle over the use of his name, and now it seems that he thinks he's on a good luck streak as he's suing party rockers LMFAO for copyright infringement. Might as well while he's still got a lawyer, right?

The infringement in particular is over the duo's inescapable hit song 'Party Rock Anthem' and its phrase "Everyday I'm shufflin'" which bears a striking resemblance to Ross' 2006 song 'Hustlin' featuring the iconic line "Everyday I'm hustlin'". So, basically, he's suing because the two phrases rhyme. Of course, he believes it's more than that, as the lawsuit states that LMFAO's line was "performed in a manner to sound like [Ross' line and] is an obvious attempt to capitalize on the fame and success" of Ross' song. The lawsuit goes on to say that "The phrase is so important to the success of 'Party Rock Anthem,' that LMFAO launched a highly successful clothing line, Party Rock Clothing, that features the phrase on T-shirts and other clothing items." Apparently the duo had been warned of this previously, but chose to ignore it. "Party Rock Anthem" has sold 7.5 million copies. You can read the whole lawsuit here if you're interested.