Think It’s A Game Entertainment is countersuing Rich Homie Quan, according to Bossip.
The lawsuit alleges that the rapper signed an exclusive recording agreement with the company in 2012 and that he soon began skirting his contractual responsibilities.
The company is seeking 50 percent ownership of the material he’s released since signing with them and an injunction prohibiting him from entering into any other recording contracts.
The lawsuit says Rich Homie Quan never accounted to them for the money he made from unauthorized music he released while signed to them.
Think It’s A Game also says that he didn’t disclose terms of his deal with Avion Tequila and reveal the monies he earned from merchandise sold during a tour he did with Wiz Khalifa, among other things.
(The original story in this thread was published August 6, 2015. It is as follows.)
Rich Homie Quan is suing Think It’s A Game Entertainment, the label for which he records, and its CEO, Fly, for $2 million dollars, TMZ reports.
According to the lawsuit, Rich Home claims that T.I.G. Entertainment and Fly swindled him out of royalties for “Flex,” “Type of Way” and several of his albums.
Fly allegedly used $159,500 of he funds owed to the “My Hittas” featured rapper to purchase an Atlanta home.
Rich Homie Quan says he has cut ties with T.I.G. Entertainment, which is also home to YFN Lucci, Trinidad James and DJ Chose.
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