The Dallas Morning News reports Christian teens are stealing Jesus music at nearly the same rate as secular music is being pirated, according to a new study done for the Gospel Music Association. Musicians say the piracy issue is particularly thorny for them to broach. Many fear being seen as greedy and incurring the backlash faced by the heavy-metal band Metallica when it sued Napster, once the most popular file-sharing software system. “We can’t be like Christina Aguilera and get all attitudey,” said Jaci Velasquez, a platinum-selling singer. “We’re supposed to be like Christ and turn the other cheek.”
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