On Cardi B's debut album Invasion of Privacy, her track "Get Up 10" boasts lyrics that are the complete opposite of what she's being sued for. "Get money, go hard, you're mothaf*ckin' right/ Never been a fraud in my mothaf*ckin' life," she raps. TMZreports that her ex-manager Shaft, real name Klenord Raphael, is going after the rapper for a whopping $10 million. 

According to the publication, Shaft is claiming that his contacts, writers and producers are the ones that made Cardi's "Bodak Yellow" such a successful hit. Even before her recording breaking single, he claims that he's the one who finessed her a role on Love and Hip Hop and taught her how to grow a fan base on Instagram. His suit is also citing defamation, saying Cardi told her finance Offset lies about him that prompted the Migos member to send a firey text. 

"[U] better stop play acting like u don't know u taking her sh** from her u a snake. U can't hide from me N***** and u not bout to play my WIFE," Offset allegedly said. Shaft's representative tells TMZ that he "is disappointed by her actions to freeze him out of her career." For the sake of this lawsuit listen to "Get Up 10" below.