Play-N-Skillz Sues Lil Wayne For $1 Million For Unpaid "Tha Carter III” Royalties

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Weezy faces another lawsuit for stiffing producers for his double-platinum album.

Following David Kirkwood’s lawsuit earlier this week, producers Play-N-Skillz have filed a $1 million suit against Lil Wayne for unpaid royalties stemming from work on his double platinum album Tha Carter III.

The Dallas, Texas producers produced “Got Money” featuring T-Pain for the project. They claim that they are owed at least $1 million in unpaid royalties from their work.

Kirkwood filed a similar suit earlier this week after he claims he got stiffed for producing “Love Me or Hate Me,” featured on the deluxe version of the LP. In 2007, Bangladesh (“A Milli”) sued for the same reason, as did Darius “Deezle” Harrison in March, seeking $20 million.

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