War Time: Rich Homie Quan’s Label Wants 50% Of His Earnings

Rich Homie Quan performs onstage during the PANDORA Discovery Den SXSW on March 19, 2015 in Austin, Texas

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This doesn’t look like it’s going to have a happy ending. Rich Homie Quan and his label appear to be entangled in a bit of skirmish revolving around money. In August, Rich Homie decided to end things with his label Think It’s a Game Entertainment when he was seeking over $2 million because he was owed unpaid royalties.

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But, according to Bossip, Think It’s a Game Entertainment is trying to countersue  by “accusing [Quan] of breaching their deal and demanding an injunction against him from releasing ANY music and also prohibiting him from signing with another record label.”

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The label claims that ever since Quan signed his deal in 2012, he instantly became money hungry and was making outlandish demands. The suit also claims that in Spring 2013, he stopped consulting them in regards to his career ranging from his endorsements, appearances, and music. This includes when Homie jumped on Wiz’s tour and made a deal with Avion Tequila without their consent. T.I.G. is suing for 50% of ownership from his material dating back from when he first signed. Please make sure to SHARE with your friends.


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