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Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s posthumous album may finally see the light of day after four years since his death but his estate remains in turmoil.

According to his former manger Jarred Weisfeld, Dirty’s widow Icelene Jones sold the remaining tracks and rights for dirt cheap.

Weisfield told The New York Post,

“She sold out for peanuts.”

According to reports, she only got $10-thousand for the project which she didn’t share with his other children not by her.

Ol’ Dirty, who real name was Russell Jones, died in 2004 from an accidental drug overdose.

The forthcoming album, “A Son Unique,” still doesn’t have a release date.

Weisfield and Jones are also in a legal dispute over the remaining assets of Dirty’s estate.