Fake punk chick Avril Lavigne tends to piss off the people she collaborates with and then never works with them again. Apparently, she tends to leave with a song or two and not issue the appropriate credits. Kinda of like when she f*cked me over and stole “Sk8er Boi”. Canadian songstress Chantal Kreviazuk tells “Performing Songwriter” in an interview that the surly little tyke absconded with her song.
Performing Songwriter: We just did a story with Avril Lavigne, whom you wrote with…
Chantal: I find it funny that it’s in Performing Songwriter. I mean, Avril, songwriter? Avril doesn’t really sit and write songs by herself or anything. Avril will also cross the ethical line, and no one says anything. That’s why I’ll never work with her again. I sent her a song two years ago called “Contagious,” and I just saw the track listing to this album (The Best Damn Thing) and there’s a song called “Contagious” on it–and my name’s not on it. What do you do with that?
More on the story after the jump.
Performing Songwriter: Call the lawyers?
Chantal: See, I won’t do that. I’ll just tell you. Art should not be subject to that kind of controversy. Art should be pure. In my head it is, anyway.
This chick’s a better dopey hippy dippy peace on earth broad than I am. Avril would find herself being served with a summons! Watch out, summons server! She spits!