Lil' Kim Sued By Record Label for $2.5 Million
Rapper Lil' Kim is back in a lil' legal trouble: this time she's being sued by her record label for failing to deliver finished tracks as part of her current recording contract.
And who gets their label to spend $12k a month on a house in addition to their home? Oh right, rappers.
Raunchy rapper Lil' Kim won't be recording a new album until she can clear up a lawsuit filed by her record label.
In a lawsuit filed earlier this week, record label Brookland Media claims the Grammy-winner hasn't delivered the tracks she promised after the company spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on recordings and equipment. The label also claims it spent $12,000 per month to rent a house near Lil' Kim's New Jersey home.