Ol' Dirty Bastard's former manager claims that his widow gave away the rights to "A Son Unique" for less than it deserved.
The passing of Ol' Dirty Bastard was one that struck the Hip Hop community in 2004. Now, Jarred Weisfeld, the Wu star's former manager, is saying that ODB's widow "sold out for peanuts." Weisfeld claims Icelene Jones sold away the rights to A Son Unique, ODB's prized posthumously-released disc for $10,000.
"She sold out for peanuts," he told the New York Post.
He also believes that the album could have given Ol' Dirty Bastard's family millions, including his mother and the mothers of his children.
According to the New York Post, Icelene Jones did not return calls.