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Lil Wayne Sues His Former Attorney For $20 Million

Lil Wayne Sues His Former Attorney For 20 Million

According to TMZ, Lil Wayne is suing his former lawyer Ronald Sweeney, who has been representing him all the way from 2005 to September last year. Wayne has filed a $20 million lawsuit against his former attorney by claiming he has been overcharged during these past 13 years.

In the court documents, Tunechi says Ronald has charged him 10% of every deal he helped close without informing him that the industry standard is only 5%. He went on to say that Sweeney has made $20 million off him alone.

The Young Money CEO added that Ron brought in help from another law firm to help in his huge lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records over Tha Carter V. Weezy says this firm got 23% from the Cash Money settlement money and 15% of the Universal Music Group settlement. This made him unhappy as this was also on top of Sweeney‘s 10%!


Lil Wayne Wants Cash Money’s Lawsuit Against His Company Aspire Music Group Thrown Out

Lil Wayne Wants Cash Money Lawsuit Against His Company Aspire Music Group Thrown Out

According to The Blast, Lil Wayne and his music company Aspire Music Group filed documents at the end of October to the court requesting them to dismiss Cash Money Records‘ countersuit.

Aspire, which was co-founded by Tunechi and his former manager Cortez Bryant, have told the court that Cash Money only filed this lawsuit after Tune won his lawsuit against Birdman earlier this year even though the alleged fraud took place years ago. They even pointed out that the accusations from CM don’t make any sense as Wayne would have to participate in more acts that would end up harming him financially.

This lawsuit all began last year when Aspire Music Group sued Cash Money and Universal for not paying them their earnings owed from Drake‘s royalties. CM then counter-sued AMG and accused Weezy and Tez of creating this record label as a way to get richer by receiving a bigger share of Drizzy‘s royalties, as well as claimed the company has never conducted in any business other than helping the Canadian rapper get signed!


A Settlement Has Been Reached For Lil Wayne Refusing To Go Through Security At A South Carolina Concert

A Settlement Has Been Reached In The Lawsuit For Lil Wayne Refusing To Go Through Security At A South Carolina Concert

Remember when Lil Wayne was due to headline the 2nd annual Fall Ball at the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina last year and he ended up not performing because he didn’t want to be searched or go through a metal detector to enter the arena?

Well, the court battle between Wayne and the concert promoters All For One is finally over after a settlement was reached, which cannot be released to the public. According to The Post and Courier newspaper, the promoters wanted Weezy to pay back the $65,000 advance he was given out of his $110,000 payment to perform for 40 minutes and to pay their legal costs.

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Birdman Claims Lil Wayne & Cortez Bryant Have Been Plotting With Their Lawyer To Earn A Bigger Share Of Drake’s Profits

Birdman Claims Lil Wayne & Cortez Bryant Have Been Arranging A Way To Earn A Bigger Share Of Drake Royalties

Even though it seemed like everything was getting back to normal between Lil Wayne and Birdman, it looks like their feud is still ongoing.

According to The Blast, Baby is accusing Wayne and his manager/best friend Cortez Bryant of taking part in an elaborate plan to earn more money from Drake‘s music.

Last year, Aspire Music Group, which is a record label co-founded by Tez Poe, sued Cash Money Records and Universal Music Group for not paying the revenue that they owed from Drizzy‘s royalties.

After looking at the documents, Aspire are claiming that they discovered the 6 God and have a deal in place with Young Money Entertainment and Cash Money permitting them to a 1/3 share of the net profits from Drake‘s first six projects.

Birdman and CM counter-sued Aspire Music Group‘s lawsuit on Friday (August 17th) by accusing Weezy and Tez for plotting with their lawyer Ronald Sweeney to get richer off a bigger share of Drizzy Drake‘s royalties:

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Lil Wayne & Young Money File To Trademark “New Dirty Bastard”

Lil Wayne & Young Money File To Trademark New Dirty Bastard

According to The Blast, who first broke the news that Lil Wayne had finally reached a settlement with Cash Money Records and Universal, Wayne and his Young Money Entertainment record label have applied to trademark “New Dirty Bastard“.

The rival website to TMZ have managed to get a hold of the documents, which shows Weezy and Young Mula have filed to use “New Dirty Bastard” in record and music production, as well as any other entertainment related services.

As you can already see, “New Dirty Bastard” is very similar to Ol’ Dirty Bastard (a rapper who died in 2004 from a drug overdose) and his son’s rap stage name Young Dirty Bastard. The Blast have already spoken to ODB‘s eldest daughter, Taniqua Jones, who revealed that her family are not sure what YM will be doing with “NDB“, but they will always fight to protect their own rights.

However, the family will be more than “willing to work together” with Tunechi and his label once they find out more information. What do you think Tune is trying to trademark “New Dirty Bastard” for? Let me know in the comments section below!

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Lil Wayne Emerges Victorious In His Lawsuit Against Birdman, Cash Money & Universal?

Lil Wayne Emerges Victorious In His Lawsuit Against Birdman, Cash Money & Universal

According to The Blast, Lil Wayne has emerged triumphant in his ongoing case with Birdman, Cash Money Records, and Universal Music Group after they say they have obtained the court documents.

The rival website to TMZ reveal Howard King, who is Wayne‘s attorney, filed a notice with the court on May 23rd saying all parties have come to an agreement and are ready to be done with the lawsuit.

Sources tell them that Universal wrote Tunechi a huge check for “well over $10 million” to settle the case and none of the money came from Birdman or CMR.

They also added that Universal were comfortable paying Tune the money, because they believe they will make it all back from Drake and Nicki Minaj profits in the future.

If these court documents are legit then Weezy should now officially be off Cash Money Records and Tha Carter V will be free to drop on Universal!