Rich Homie Quan

Back in August, Rich Homie Quan filed a lawsuit against his former label, Think It’s A Game Entertainment. In the $2 million suit, Quan accused T.I.G.‘s owner of stealing his money to buy himself a home in Atlanta, pocketing way too much from the deal Quan had signed with Def Jam for distribution of his singles, “Flex” and “Type Of Way.”

Now T.I.G. is firing back, and they say that their former client’s lawsuit is “baseless.” They’ve counter-sued Quan, accusing him of breaching their contract, and they’re also demanding an injunction against him from releasing any music, as well as prohibiting him from signing with another record label. This could get nasty!

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The suit filed by T.I.G. explains that Quan stopped consulting with them in 2013, despite being under contract, and began releasing music, touring and getting brand endorsements without giving them a cut of anything. They say the deal Quan signed with them gives them 50% ownership of all songs he releases, and they want the court to order their original contract as valid.

We’ll keep you updated!

Source: Bossip