Posted by , Feb 21, 2015 at 07:03pm
Former Hot Boy Turk looks to sue Cash Money for unpaid royalties.

As a former member of Hot Boys, Turk's fortunes didn't exactly pan out like Lil Wayne's after the group fell apart. It looks like him and Weezy still have a few things in common though, because they're both looking to sue Cash Money. With Wayne currently asking Birdman's label for some $51 million in damages related to a delayed Carter V release date, Turk's suit pales in comparison, but is still pretty substantial.

TMZ reports that he's asking for $1.3 million in unpaid royalties. According to the gossip site, Turk is claiming that Birdman and Co. did some "shady accounting" and didn't disclose his full earnings. Like Lil Wayne, he's also asking that his Cash Money contract be voided. 

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[Update: Cash Money Has Three Weeks To Respond]

Yesterday, Turk told AllHipHop that he has summoned Cash Money to respond to his lawsuit within the next three weeks. "If they don't answer by March 11, it will be declared a default judgment," said the former Hot Boy. The ball is now in Cash Money's court. We'll keep you updated on Birdman's next move.

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Turk Reportedly Suing Cash Money For $1.3 Million [Update: Cash Money Has Three Weeks To Respond]

Former Hot Boy Turk looks to sue Cash Money for unpaid royalties.


As a former member of Hot Boys, Turk's fortunes didn't exactly pan out like Lil Wayne's after the group fell apart. It looks like him and Weezy still have a few things in common though, because they're both looking to sue Cash Money. With Wayne currently asking Birdman's label for some $51 million in damages related to a delayed Carter V release date, Turk's suit pales in comparison, but is still pretty substantial.

TMZ reports that he's asking for $1.3 million in unpaid royalties. According to the gossip site, Turk is claiming that Birdman and Co. did some "shady accounting" and didn't disclose his full earnings. Like Lil Wayne, he's also asking that his Cash Money contract be voided. 

[via]

[Update: Cash Money Has Three Weeks To Respond]

Yesterday, Turk told AllHipHop that he has summoned Cash Money to respond to his lawsuit within the next three weeks. "If they don't answer by March 11, it will be declared a default judgment," said the former Hot Boy. The ball is now in Cash Money's court. We'll keep you updated on Birdman's next move.

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