There are still rumbling going on inside the Cash Money camp.
Former Hot Boys rapper Turk is suing Birdman and Cash Money Records for unpaid royalties.
According to TMZ, The Hot Boy$’ Turk filed a lawsuit against the record label for $1.3 million in damages over unpaid royalties.
In his legal documents, Turk claims that Cash Money Records is doing some shady accounting practices that resulted in loss earnings for him.
Turk is also claiming that the label broke it’s contract with him just like they did Lil Wayne. He is asking a judge to grant him full rights to his music catalog with the label started by Birdman and Slim.
Turk was a member of the hugely popular rap group Hot Boys which comprised of Birdman, Lil Wayne, B.G., and Juvenile.
The group released two albums under Cash Money/Universal but later broke up in 2001 over controversy that the label is not paying artists.