Fetty Wap Sues His Manager For Double Dipping To Take $250K In Funds, But Is He Really The One Who Owes HER?

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Fetty Wap’s General Manager Says He Owes Her $250K For Expenses

Looks like the music business is putting a big rift in the RGF family! Fetty Wap is currently at odds with Shawna Morgan, a woman the rapper and many in their camp have previously hailed as “the best.”

According to TMZ reports Wap claims he fired Morgan Friday for allegedly skimming $250K of his bookings — meanwhile Morgan claims she did no such thing BUT that Fetty owes her around a quarter million for expenses.

Sources close to RGF Productions tell TMZ Morgan was fired for falsely representing herself as his booking agent and manager. They’re also claiming she charged venues additional fees which she then collected on behalf of the business, while also emailing on the side while posing as Fetty’s manager. The source claim Morgan would “double dip,” taking cash off the top by lying about fees and keeping the extra money.

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Meanwhile, Morgan says she is innocent of the allegations and that RGF owes her $250K after she repeatedly used her personal credit card to cover tour expenses that the company failed to reimburse her. She also says she never took anything extra for bookings, just the standard 10% fee. Morgan also denies being fired and claims she has receipts to back her up.

Both sides say they’re consulting with attorneys…

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We’re waiting for the receipts BUT in the meantime we did a little digging and it’s looking like Shawna Morgan didn’t have to POSE as anything because Fetty and his crew referred to her as a manager and booking agent MULTIPLE times on social media and they sang her praises quite frequently.

Hit the flip to see what we mean

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