For the bulk of his rise to prominence, Rich Homie Quan has been screaming T.I.G. (Think It’s A Game Entertainment) to no end. Well that end has finally come.
The hitmaking rapper, who hails from Atlanta, has suffered several delays for his studio debut album and it may be apparent as to why. Rich Homie Quan is suing T.I.G. and its CEO Fly for allegedly swindling his royal riches.
Rich Homie Quan claims he’s another victim of the greedy record industry … and is suing his label for allegedly ripping him off to the tune of $2 million.
In his lawsuit obtained by TMZ, RHQ calls out Think It’s A Game Entertainment and its CEO for screwing him out of royalties from several albums including his biggest hits “Flex” and “Type of Way.”
Quan says the CEO used some of the jacked funds to buy Atlanta real estate for $159,500 — and sas the guy even pocketed $550,000 from a distribution deal with Def Jam for “Type of Way.”
Quan says he’s cut all ties with Think It’s A Game Entertainment. We reached out to the label and its CEO … no word back yet.
File this one under Industry Rule #4080.
Meanwhile, Quan (real name Dequantes Lamar) has been rolling with Empire Distribution so his career is in good hands.
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