The latest lawsuit filed in connection to Lil Wayne, comes from none other than David Banner.
The Mississippi emcee is suing the maker of the infamous “The Carter” documentary, Quincy Jones III better known as QD3.
According to Courthouse News, Banner, real name Lavell Crump, producer Darius “Deezle” Harrison and The Royalty Network Inc. filed a lawsuit in New York Southern District Court Thursday claiming copyright infringement against Jones.
CN reports that in the lawsuit,
QD3 used two of Banner’s songs in the documentary without his permission; “La La” from Tha Carter III and “Pu**y Monster”, a track added to Tha Carter III after “Playing With Fire” was removed due to previous litgation.
Courthouse News also reports that named in the lawsuit is Virgil Films and Entertainment, LLC, the distribution company for the documentary.
As previously reported Wayne tried to block the release of the documentary claiming that it was “scandalous” for showing his rampant drug use.
That request was denied however by a L.A. superior court judge and QD3 was allowed to release it.