The 50 Cent/Rick Ross beef has produced numerous entertaining moments over the course of the last few months. Their beef has primarily taken the form of jabs on social media. But now it appears that the stakes have been raised.
Like father, like son, as they say. Lil Wayne is being sued by the lawyers he enlisted to help him sue Birdman-- for allegedly conducting himself in a manner similar to Birdman-- aka not paying up what he owes them.
This is one of the stranger lawsuits we've seen in a minute. A fan of Kendrick Lamar, Whitney Larkin, has filed a lawsuit against the rapper after she was banned from the VIP meet & greet. Larkin filed the suit herself-- no lawyer necessary.
It appears the infamous "thot" woman who was suing 2 Chainz for being the subject of a viral video titled “This Yo Thot?,” has finally lost her lawsuit in trying to get $5 million dollars in reported damages.
In June, it was reported that a woman named Christine Chisholm was suing 2 Chainz for making her the subject of a viral video titled "Is This Yo Thot?" The original lawsuit she brought forth demanded $5 million in damages, but now, reports TMZ, Chisholm h
As far as we know, Lil Wayne isn't having any trouble with money, but for some reason, he's neglected to pay the $2 million he owes to Signature Group, a company he leased a jet from. The company filed a lawsuit with the rapper last year, and the judge ru
Jerry Heller, the former manager of N.W.A., is suing all those involved in the group's recent biopic, Straight Outta Compton, for (at least) $110 million, reports TMZ. Heller, now 75, has just filed a lawsuit against Ice Cube, Dr.
Rapper T-Wayne found a nice slice of the viral fame pie with his single "Nasty Freestyle," however today he's in the news for all the wrong reasons. The rapper is being accused of raping a woman, and is reportedly under investigation.
Earlier this month, it was reported that Jas Prince, the son of Rap-A-Lot CEO James Prince, and the man who introduced Drake to Lil Wayne, was demanding that Cash Money Records pay him $11 million in royalties earned off the "Hotline Bling" star.
This past March, Pharrell and Robin Thicke were forced to cough up $7.5 million to the estate of Marvin Gaye for infringing upon Gaye's "Got to Give It Up" for the pair's 2013 smash hit, "Blurred Lines." The trial dragged on for almost a year and half, and the