Beanie Sigel, Philadelphia's Power 99 Sued Over 2009 Shooting
A New Jersey man is seeking $50,000 from the State Property rapper.
A New Jersey man was shot at a 2009 party intended for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania emcee Beanie Sigel. According to AllHipHop.com, that man, Tyheem Baker, is now suing the former Roc-A-Fella Records star and the radio station also involved in the event, Power 99 FM.
Baker seeks $50,000 from Sigel, the historic station, and Club Solo, where the shooting happened two years ago this month. "joint and concurrent negligent, reckless, intentional, willful and wanton conduct of the defendants. The suit is grounded upon the "joint and concurrent negligent, reckless, intentional, willful and wanton conduct of the defendants."
Sigel, who's last studio album was 2007's The Solution, is said to be working on an album for Universal Fontana, called The Classic.