At this point, who isn’t suing Birdman? Add Jas Prince, son of Rap-a-Lot CEO J. Prince and the man credited with putting Drake in the game, to the list of people suing the Cash Money Records founder.
Jas Prince filed new legal docs demanding that Cash Money open the books on the millions of dollars Drake has generated for the label.
Jas is pissed because he’s gotten a grand total of $2 million for his find, even though he was promised a huge chunk of the profits. And there are reports Cash Money has made $40 million from Drake.
So Jas — whose dad is J. Prince — wants to shine a light on Birdman’s money practices.
Jas Prince already feels a way after being curved out a major cash windfall when Drake signed to Young Money.
Don’t sleep on Birdman’s lawyer game, though.