Two months ago, Rita Ora filed a lawsuit against Roc Nation in order to get out of her contract, claiming that the label was focusing on marketing its roster of athletes and neglecting its music artists.
Depending how closely you follow Jay Z's business ventures, of which there are many, you may recall that two years Jay Z announced his first-ever cologne: Gold. It's quite likely that you don't recall this, simply because, following that initial anno
Well it looks like Chris Brown won’t be charged in the case against the woman who accused him of “punching” her and taking her cellphone at an NYE after party at the Palms Casino Resort.
In August 2014, Pharrell was sued by Uncommon Content Partners, who, in 2012, had hired the musician to host a YouTube series titled "ARTST TLK." After one season and 12 episodes, Pharrell stopped doing the series as he was hired to be a judge on the NBC
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.