For the umpteenth time, rapper Lil Wayne is being sued
How many times will it take Weezy being sued for him to pay up? For at least the fifth time since Tha Carter III dropped in 2008, Lil Wayne is being sued for unpaid royalties.
This time, it’s Dallas producers Play-N-Skillz filing the paper work. The two are claiming that they haven’t been paid royalties for producing the track, “Got Money”, which featured T-Pain. The duo filed a lawsuit against Weezy in US District Court for the Southern District of New York claiming that they are owed $1 million in back royalties. Play-N-Skillz is one of five different producers who claimed to not have been paid for their hard work.
Last week, songwritter/producer David Kirlwood, filed a lawsuit against YM/CM Records saying he is owed over $1.5 million in royalties for his work on the LP.
Earlier this year, producer Deezle, sued Wayne for $20 million forunpaid royalties on the album.
In 2010, Bangladesh tried to take the rapper to court alleging he was never paid for producing, “A Milli.” And “Lollipop”
Co-producer Jim Jonsin also sued Wayne’s camp in 2010 for $500,000 professing to have never been paid with royalties.
This only makes me wonder if Lil Tunechi “Got Money” (yes, pun intended!)