As we draw closer to the August release date of Lil Wayne's new album 'Tha Carter IV' lawsuits keep pouring in from producers wanting to get paid for their work on it's predecessor, 'Tha Carter III.'
Just within the last week, Wayne has been sued twice. First by producer David Kirkwood, who claims he's owed $1.5 million, then the production team of Play-N-Skillz sued him for $1.5 million for producing the hit song "Got Money."
"A Milli" producer Bangladesh sued Weezy for $500,000 last May, and in March of this year Darius ‘Deezle' Harrison sued the rapper for $20 million for his production work on the album.
Add Jim Jonson's accusation that he was never paid for his work on "Lollipop" and you have five producers who are still looking to get paid three years later.