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Lil Wayne Producer Sues Label For Cash–Make It Rain B*tch!

23 Mar

Lil Wayne’s Young Money Label is being sued for an incredible amount of money for his 2008 hit “Lollipop.”

The guy who produced Lil Wayne’s song, “Lollipop,” is suing Weezy’s label, claiming he’s owed more than $20 million for his good work.

Darius Harrison, known as Deezle, claims he not only produced “Lollipop,” he also produced “Whip It,” “Prostitute 2,” and “Action,” as well as “Mrs. Officer” and “Let the Beat Build” — all songs on “Tha Carter III” which sold more than 6 million copies.

Deezle claims in his lawsuit against Young Money Entertainment and Cash Money Records, album sales that he was involved in producing grossed more than $70 million. Deez claims he’s owed more than $20 million.

First it was Bangladesh over the “A Milli” beat, now it’s Deezle ….I’m starting to believe Weezy and Baby just might not be paying up!!

Mike Epps Sued For $1 Million Dollars For Punching Photographer

11 Jan

I’m sure we’ll hear about this in Mike Epps next stand up…

According to TMZ, the comedian/actor is being sued for $1 million by a photographer he punched during his wife’s birthday dinner.

The details are below:

Mike Epps just got sued for $1 million for punching a photog back in November — but the victim claims the violence didn’t end there … accusing Epps’ friends of firing shots at him as he tried to escape. Cameraman Douglas Thornton filed the seven-figure lawsuit today in Michigan — claiming he was covering a public event hosted for Epps at the Key Club in Detroit. According to Thornton, Epps went ballistic and started grabbing at Thornton’s camera… at which point a fist-flying brawl erupted. Continue reading

Pacquiao Sued Over Music for $10 Million

17 Nov

Manny Pacquiao just got smacked with a $10 million lawsuit–but not for beating an ex-girlfriend or body-guard (Floyd Mayweather Jr.)– instead for allegedly cheating a company that hired him to record music. RBM Group International filed a lawsuit today against the boxer in a Los Angeles County Superior Court. The suit alleges that the pound-for-pound champ signed a contract in 2009 where he promised to record 12 songs but never did. According to TMZ, in the court documents the RBM Group claims they gave Pacquiao a $40,000 check in October, 2009, which he deposited in return for the first two songs. But apparently, Manny has refused to record the music. RBM claims they are out-of-pocket $200,000 and lost potential profits in the amount of $10 million.