Birdman Reportedly Sued Again For Withholding Royalties

One of Wayne’s producers wants $200,000.

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Birdman and Lil Wayne seem to attract a lot of law suits. In recent months, Birdman allegedly sued Tidal, a ticketing company allegedly sued Young Money over unpaid NBA game tickets for Wayne, and David Banner reportedly sued Wayne over missing production royalties.

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Now TMZ is reporting that another one of Wayne’s producers, DVLP—whose biggest credit is probably on Wayne’s “Fireman”—is suing Birdman for withholding around $200,000 in royalties. TMZ claims it obtained a number of text messages Birdman sent to the producer’s legal team in which Baby suggests that payments are imminent, but the money never materialized.

More recently, DVLP has a writing and production credit on Eminem’s “Rap God.”

Birdman Reportedly Sued Again For Withholding Royalties