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Drake And Lil Wayne Are Refusing To Give Up Any Of Their Young Money For Lawsuit

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Drake and Lil Wayne wont pay judgement

Drake and Lil Wayne have been court ordered to pay $432,337.50 to a company that claims the rappers bailed on a 2011 club appearance, but the duo are saying hell to the no!

They've joined forces to fight the judicial decision and have filed legal documents in response to the ruling that favors Imperial Entertainment Group. Instead of forking over a dime, they want the judgement revoked.

The two insist that on top of never being notified about the gig in the first place, they weren't even summoned to court to defend themselves!

Drake and Weezy swear they never signed a contract for the paid appearance and were booked through a third party that never had the authority to book them.

If these guys are telling the truth and are being taken advantage of by some greedy club promoters, we hope the judge considers their version of the story!

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3 comments to “Drake And Lil Wayne Are Refusing To Give Up Any Of Their Young Money For Lawsuit”



  1. 1

    If they never agreed to appear in the first place then I agree with them. I also agree with them if its true as they claim that they weren't given a chance to defend themselves. My only question is if they were paid for the appearance then where did they think the money came from?



  2. 2

    Two pieces of trash. Come here to Oregon and i'll settle your dispute! lol

  3. Tony says – reply to this


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    Last year, somebody was booking them for concerts, but it was all a scam.I don't remember whether it was Drake or Lil Wayne, but somebody just out for some quick cash.Lil Wayne/Mack Maine said that Cortez Bryant was the only person who can book concerts/appearances(outside of Drake/Lil Wayne, themselves).No third parties.I wouldn't be surprised if this was the case.& the "plaintiffs" are sided with the judge, so they can all get a quick piece of cash.LAZY