Atlanta was treated to a moment they never thought would happen. Two of the city’s top names have called a truce.
Rocko and Future have been embroiled in a months-long legal battle, coming to a head when the former sued the Freebandz leader to the tune of $10 million. Today (Dec. 13), it was announced by Rocko’s publicist that the pair has decided to settle their differences outside of court.
Rocko is still trying to get $10 million from a lawsuit he filed against Future last year, fears the lavish-living rapper will blow it all before he gets it.
As Future prepares to drop his second album in within two weeks, he found some time to address his former business partner and friend Rocko.
Video or it never happened. Rocko is backing up his paperwork with video footage as he tries to get $10 million from Future in a breach of contract lawsuit.
It wasn’t supposed to be this way. Rocko is suing Future for a cool $10M, claiming the Atlanta rapper cut him out of percentages on earning and album advances he is due.
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Part-time rapper, full-time businessman Rocko got pinched by Atlanta police after he and a friend drag raced on the I-75 highway. Yes, you read that right.
The bulk of Waka Flocka Flame and DJ Whoo Kid’s new mixtape, The Turn Up Godz Tour, sees the energetic rap star connecting with fellow ATLiens. An early standout track is “All These B*tches,” featuring Future.
Rocko is back with his latest musical contribution, the Poet EP, which comes just months following his latest mixtape Lingo For Dummies.
Two-thirds of LOX and a down south swag aficionado have in common? Almost every rapper out enjoys being in the company of Mary Jane and Styles P sparked up a winner with “Sour” off his latest LP, Phantom and the Ghost.
Rocko doesn’t have to rap. He’s paid off of his artist Future, but he still feels inclined to deliver songs like “Good,” featuring Lil Wayne, every so often.