Ed Sheeran he is taking things seriously as he said he would leave the music industry if he lost the copyright infringement case.
The Grammy winner responded to the question of whether he lost the trial.
“If that happens, I finish, I stop,” declared the Perfect singer.
And I add: “I find it really insulting to work my whole life as a singer-songwriter and diminish it.”
The 32-year-old fervently denied copying his hit Thinking Out Loud from the R&B classic gay from 1973 Let’s Get It On.
“Did you copy anything from ‘Let’s Get it On’ when you wrote ‘Thinking Out Loud?'” lawyer Farkas asked Sheeran.
“No,” he maintained.
In other news, Sheeran revealed the difficult period of his life in which he faced unimagined emotional damage in the new Disney+ docuseries Ed Sheeran: The Sum of It All, where in the same month, his wife was diagnosed with cancer and his best friend Jamal Edwards suddenly. deceased.
“In kind of a chaotic storm where you’re just trying to stay level,” adding, “Like, I hadn’t really grown until I felt pain. The loss just took over my life.”