Back in February, former YMCMB signee and Hot Boys member Turk filed a lawsuit against his former label and now, he’s following up with more paperwork after non-action from Cash Money.

The New Orleans rapper originally claimed the label, along with Money Mack Music (the publishing extension), owes him more than $1.3 million for unpaid advance money and royalties. According to AllHipHop, Turk’s attorney filed the subsequent motion of default with the U.S. District Court Eastern District of Louisiana on Wednesday (April 29) as Cash Money didn’t respond within the 21 days they were allowed.

“It’s not like they and their attorney did not know the deadline,” the rapper told AllHipHop. YMCMB’s inadequate response also improves Turk’s possibility of collecting the requested financial damages without settling the matter in court.

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