Turk Files $1.3Million Lawsuit against Baby and Cash Money
Apparently Wayne and Turk have been talking, and it seems that Birdman and Cash Money have been doing some sketchy accounting. Turk claims that the label broke its deal with him and now he’s suing for the rights to his songs just like Tunechi.
Turk is suing for $1.3 Million
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7 thoughts on “Turk Files $1.3Million Lawsuit against Baby and Cash Money”
Lol hell yeah,meek millzs said, if you owe that man, lay that man, jay z said, if you owe me $10, you ain’t giving me 9, str8 up
Everybody goin after baby
Birdman took advantage of them, you throw money,cars, and women in front of young cats from the projects you can get over easy, should have been a real dude and taught the about royalties, points and everything evolving the music industry. .
The suit also asserts Cash Money and Money Mack failed to register artist shares of his 2001 album Young & Thuggin’ and numerous individual songs he appeared on, such as “Ha (Remix)” and “Welcome To The Nolia,” with Broadcast Music Inc. According to Turk, the result of not having those recordings BMI registered on his behalf was the loss of “publisher’s share” and “writer’s share” of performance royalties.
Some of the original hot boys have been complaining for years but now since wayne came forward it is now open season
I wonder who else will join in on this he ripped them all off