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Add more legal drama for Weezy F Baby.

Mississippi rapper and producer David Banner is suing Lil Wayne for unpaid money for royalties on the leader of Young Money music.

According to TMZBanner is claims he was never paid for his production on Lil Wayne’s “La La” and “P**** Monster.”

He says he signed a contract with Young Money Records in 2008 and was told in 2012 that he was owed $138,787.19. He says that he was never paid what was promised. Banner explains that he did not get paid for his work on “Streets is Watchin,” which appeared on Young Money’s 2009 collaborative album We Are Young Money. Banner says he is owed $15,392.57 for this song.


David Banner Sues Lil Wayne for Unpaid Royalties  was originally published on boom92houston.com