Think It’s A Game Ent. Sued Rich Homie Quan For Signing Deals Behind Its Back
Rich Homie Quan’s old record label is pissed off that the rapper has been doing business deals on the low – and has sued the rapper to stop him from releasing ANY music or entering into any other deals without their permission.
Earlier this year, the rapper filed a $2 million dollar lawsuit against record label Think It’s a Game Entertainment earlier this year. The rapper accused the label of screwing him out of music royalties for numerous albums including his biggest hits “Flex” and “Type of Way.”
Quan claimed the label’s CEO even used some of the money owed to him to buy a home in ATL and pocketed over $550,000 from a distribution deal the rapper signed with Def Jam. He also said he had cut ties with the label and the CEO but demanded $2 million in damages.
Then on September 9th, Think It’s a Game Entertainment fired back at the rapper’s suit, accusing him of being an ungrateful artist who doesn’t know the in’s and out’s of the music industry. They explained they worked tireless hours and spent an enormous amount of money to take the rapper from a nobody to the top of his game.
Think It’s A Game Entertainment blasted the rapper’s lawsuit as being full of baseless allegations. They explained his contract with them was just like every other music contract for a newbie. The label demanded his entire lawsuit be thrown out.
Then on November 11th, the record label headed back to court and slapped Rich Homie Quan with a counter-suit accusing him of breaching their deal and demanding an injunction against him from releasing ANY music and also prohibiting him from signing with another record label.