Future's former collaborator, Rocko, claims the rapper breached their contract.
Future's third studio album, DS2, was certified platinum today, and is further proof the rapper is bigger than he's ever been. While this is obviously good news for Future, his former collaborator, Rocko, who signed him to A1 recordings a few years back, feels he's been cut a raw deal.
According to TMZ, Rocko has filed a lawsuit which claims Future signed a 6 album deal with him in 2011. He says that Future's EPIC deal was just for distribution, but Future also cut a "side deal" with the label, which gave him huge advances that Rocko was cut out of.
The suit says Rocko is entitled to 25% of those advances, as well as 20% from touring and endorsements, all in all, adding up to over $10 million. Future has yet to make a public statement regarding the suit.