Blac Chyna’s Former Managers Say She Owes Them Over $3 Million

Blac Chyna could be facing a lawsuit soon, as it appears that her money-hungry former managers want to cash in on what Angela has built in recent years. According to a new report, Jason Alston and Lincoln Hayes of Infinite Grind Multimedia signed Chy to a 10-year contract in 2007 – with a 50/50 split. How shady does that ENTIRE thing sound? Giving management HALF of your earnings, and signing for a DECADE? Something was very wrong there…


Gabrielle Union Settles ‘Being Mary Jane’ Lawsuit With BET

Earlier this fall, Gabrielle Union filed a lawsuit against BET Networks over their show that she stars in, Being Mary Jane. In the suit, Gaby alleged that they’d breached their contract by trying to squeeze two seasons of episodes into one, so that they didn’t have to pay her the extra money per episode she was guaranteed in the next season. The actress was seeking more than $1 million in damages, as well as to have her contract amended immediately to reflect their oral agreement of 13 max episodes per season. Today, they announced the suit is not only settled, but a release date for the next season has been set!


Lawsuit Filed Against Versace For Reportedly Having A Code Name For Black Shoppers

A former employee of a Versace store in the Bay Area has put out some bold claims against the company, claiming that they secretly alert their staffers upon an African-American person entering the store, and that they even have a code name for them! According to a newly-filed lawsuit, Versace managers use a store code called “D410” to make their employees aware when a black person begins browsing. Apparently, the code stems from the current code for black shirts in the store.


Rick Ross Wins Huge Lawsuit Over ‘Mastermind’ Album

Rozay picks up a W in court after a rapper tried suing him over the use of the word “mastermind” as his album title.


The Game’s Request To Reduce Damages In Sexual Assault Lawsuit Denied

The Game recently lost the $7 million lawsuit from a contestant on his reality show from 2015, who alleged that he’d sexually assaulted her. He then requested to reduce the damages and for a trial, both of which have been shot down. However, it’s for a small reason and it leaves room to be approved in the future.


Gladys Knight Settles Lawsuit With Her Son Over Chicken & Waffles Restaurant

Gladys Knight has been at odds with her son for some time now, after the Georgia Dept of Revenue raided all three locations of her Chicken and Waffles restaurants, because they believed her son, who was running the chain, embezzled up to $1 million. Gladys filed a suit to remove her name and likeness from all signs and promotions from the restaurants, and to have all her memorabilia adorning the restaurants returned to her. It first appeared that her son was going to give her a hard time, but now reports say that they have reached a settlement.


DJ Responds To Shirley Caesar’s “U Name It Challenge” Lawsuit

Photo Credit: YouTube DJ Suede is the guy behind the “U Name It Challenge,” having put a beat behind famed gospel singer and pastor Shirley Caesar’s 2010 sermon, “Hold My Mule.” While the challenge was fun and went viral – with Shirley herself even getting in on the fun – he screwed up when he not only put the song up for sale on iTunes without consent from its owner (Shirley,) but also created a video with twerking, alcohol and other related imagery that’s very, VERY against what Pastor Shirley stands for. Shirley’s team quickly hit him with a cease and desist to take down both the video and iTunes song, which was gracious considering they could have simply sued him. However, he didn’t comply, so they had to take it to a $5 million lawsuit. Shirley has explained that she doesn’t want money from him, but would just like the video removed because of the association with things that tarnish her brand.


NBA: Matt Barnes & DeMarcus Cousins Being Sued For Club Brawl; Victims Give Their Side of Story

When a celebrity is involved in a fight, it’s very rare that they will walk away unscathed.  As expected, Matt Barnes and DeMarcus Cousins have just been sued over the nightclub brawl at Avenue in New York City earlier this week.  The alleged victims claimed they were brutalized by the NBA stars.


Wu-Tang’s U-God Files $2.5 Million Lawsuit Against RZA & The Rest Of The Group

U-God has filed a lawsuit in NYC, stating that he’s contributed to about 170 tracks for the Wu-Tang since 1993, but he has not been getting the right royalties for at least the last 6 years. He also says his contract requires him to get 2 annual payments for his share of merch, but that too has stopped.


(Video) P. Dice Says Fetty Wap Tried To Settle His Lawsuit For $1 Million

Earlier this year, estranged Remy Boyz member P. Dice filed a $7 million lawsuit against Fetty Wap, accusing him of cutting him out of his rightful percentage for their hit collab, “679.” Dice says he helped write the multi-platinum song, and that despite their initially-agreed upon deal of 16.9% of the profits, Fetty dropped him from the album version of the song to avoid paying him. He also reduced the percentage to a mere 5%. TMZ cameras caught up with Dice in NYC this week, and asked him about the situation. He revealed that Fetty tried to settle for $1 million last month, but he wasn’t with it. Check out what else he had to say below.


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