Tyga raised eyebrows on his recent appearance on The Breakfast Club when he said Birdman owed him about $12M in royalties. Word is that the Cash Money founder is fuming over what he says are false allegations.
Sources connected to the Cash Money honcho tell TMZ … Tyga’s actually the one who walked away still owing the label an album. We’re told the label had no problem releasing him because his sales were sluggish.
You’ll recall Tyga left Cash Money for Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music back in 2016. All seemed fine, until he went on “The Breakfast Club,” and copped to paying $1 mil to get out of his deal — but also made the $12 mil claim.
Tyga said he isn’t suing for the money, which one source sees as proof he’s full of crap. As it was put to us, “What person says they won’t sue if they’re owed $12 million?”
Well actually, that whole lawsuit thing hasn’t been working very well for Lil Wayne, so far.
Somewhere, Rick Ross is shaking his head.
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