Pay Up: People Who Think Jay Z Owes Them Money

- By Bossip Staff Categories: Attention Slores, Hip-Hop Beef, Lawsuits
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A List Of People Who Think Jay Z Owes Them Money

Jay Z has had a lot of business dealings in his life. Naturally, he's going to upset a lot of people during that time. Over the last 15 years, he's been sued and come after by a lot of people who think he owes them. Who are these people? Let's see.
diamonddallaspage7.jpg Diamond Dallas Page - He sued Jay Z because he thought the diamond symbol was his and not The Roc's.
Run This Town TufAmerica - They're suing Jay Z for using a sample for "Run This Town" that didn't credit them.
DrayaRocawearLookBook1_SMALL Hoodlove, LLC - They sued Rocawear for using their slogan on t-shirts.
Rick Ross illuminati Clara Shepherd Warrick and Jimmy Lee Weary - They sued Jay Z, Dr. Dre and Rick Ross for the sample to "Three Kings."
JayzRKelly R Kelly - Kellz sued Jay for $75 million over their tour falling apart.
Jay-Z-Big-Pimpin Baligh Hamdy - He sued Jay for using his sample for "Big Pimpin."
40 40 Ten Year Celeste Williams - She's a former waitress suing the 40/40 club for back wages and...well...she just wanted Jay to pay her.
jay-z-beyonce-brooklyn-nets-game-barclays-07-christal_rock Clive Campbell - He sued Jay and others for allegedly building a stadium on an area used for the slave trade. Buddy sued for $5 billion. We serious here?
2011-Jay-Z_Kanye_West_-_Otis Syl Johnson - This blues musician sued The Throne for a sample of "The Joy" that wasn't credited.
???????????????? Worker's Compensation Board - They said Jay didn't cover his workers for years and they sued him for it.

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