Lil Wayne Gets Slapped With Two More Lawsuits For Unpaid Royalties


Lil Wanye needs to fire his accountant ASAP.

The Young Money head honcho has been slapped with two separate lawsuits by producers who claim they weren’t paid for their services…

Unfortunately, this is not the first time that Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment has been sued for not paying producer royalties.

HipHopDX reports:

In the past, producers Deezle, Bangladesh, Jim Johnson, David Kirkwood, and Play-N-Skillz filed suits claiming they were unpaid, and now two more producers, Andrew “Drew” Correa and Marcos “Infamous” Rodriguez, are accusing Weezy’s label of the same thing. 

Correa says he had a deal with Young Money to produce music on Tha Carter III, Re-Birth, I Am Not a Human Being, and Priceless, and though he did receive some royalties at first, the payments eventually stopped coming. Rodriguez claims he had a similar problem after producing on Tha Carter III, Re-Birth, We Are Young Money, Tha Carter IV, and Priceless.

Lil Wayne has yet to comment on the suits.

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