FilmOn is suing Chief Keef‘s management and producers that worked with the Chicago rapper behind the label’s back since May, HipHopsRevival reports.

Alki David is suing Glo Gang’s Peeda Pan and producers Zaytoven, Metro Boomin and Sonny Digital. DJ Holiday is named in the suit for his work on Finally Rollin 2. Other companies listed are Paramount Recording Studios, Encore American Studios, Glo Gang Music Publishing and Huf Distribution Corporation, whom Chief Keef collaborated with for a clothing collection this fall.

FilmOn says that each of these entities did business with Chief Keef without the consent of the label and is suing on the basis of six complaints: inducing breach of contract, intentional interference with contractual relations, civil conspiracy, conversion, accounting and injunctive relief.

The suit says FilmOn lost $1 million worth of income because of these business ventures and is seeking full reparation.

The report says Chief Keef is still signed to FilmOn. Last month, it was reported that the rapper was suspended from the label.

To read the court documents in the FilmOn lawsuit against Chief Keef’s management and others, visit HipHopsRevival.

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