In what is now a regular occurrence, two producers are suing Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment for shady business dealings.

Andrew “Drew” Correa and Marcos “Infamous” Rodriguez have filed federal lawsuits against Young Money, reports TMZ.

In the first suit, Correa claims he had a deal with YME in 2008 to produce music that ended up being on Tha Carter III, Re-Birth, I Am Not a Human Being, and Priceless.

Correa says he was paid some royalties, but then the checks stopped coming.

In the second suit, Rodriguez claims that in 2007, he agreed to produce for YME and that his work was used on Tha Carter III, Re-Birth, We Are Young Money, Tha Carter IV, and Priceless, and that his royalty payments stopped coming as well.

This appears to be a pattern with Young Money, as In the past producers Deezle, Bangladesh, Jim Johnson, and David Kirkwood, and Play-N-Skillz have sued for unpaid royalties.

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