A few days ago, J. Prince was at the Hollywood Roosevelt Wednesday in L.A. when he told us the latest in the blood feud. As we’ve reported … his son, Jas Prince, discovered Drizzy, brought him to Cash Money, and says Birdman’s stiffed him on the deal ever since.
According to Billboard reports, In a new lawsuit filed today (April 17) in the Manhattan Supreme Court, Aspire Music Group — represented by longtime Donald Trump litigator Marc E. Kasowitz — has sued Cash Money Records, alleging missing profits and copyright royalties stemming from Drake‘s first six solo albums, which could end up totaling in the tens of millions, according to court documents reviewed by Billboard.
The suit cites breach of contract, breach of good faith and fair dealing and tortious interference as specific claims, and includes Cash Money co-owners Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams, as well as Young Money Entertainment, as defendants. News of the impending suit was first reported in January by Page Six.