Actress Grace Gibson and executive producer Bishop T.D. Jakes at Harlem’s Red Rooster to attend the after-party for the Black Nativity premiere Nov. 18, 2013.
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Rappers Young Jeezy and Kendrick Lamar recently dropped a remix called “Holy Ghost,” but one minister isn’t shouting praises to the duo, saying they used his sermon without authorization.

Bishop T.D. Jakes says he never gave the rappers permission to use his sound bite, and he plans on taking legal action. Earlier this week, Jakes posted the following message to his Facebook page:

SPECIAL NOTICE: The “Holy Ghost” remix by Jeezy featuring Kendrick Lamar was produced without the knowledge or consent of T.D. Jakes, TDJ Enterprises, Dexterity Music or its associated companies. We are taking the necessary legal actions to stop the unauthorized use of T.D. Jakes' intellectual property.

In the remix Jakes is heard saying the following:

To tell myself, I’m still on fire. I’m under attack, but I’m still on fire. I got some chatter, but I’m still on fire. I got some threat, but I’m still on fire. I got some liabilities, but I’m still on fire. If it’s not amazing that I’m on fire. I’ve been to hell and back, but I’m still on fire.

Neither Young Jeezy nor Lamar has yet responded to the allegations. Ironically, “Holy Ghost” has been on the top of the rap charts since its release.