Weezy F. Baby heads back to court with another lawsuit over Young Money's "BedRock."
As if facing lawsuits from producers Play-N-Skillz, Bangladesh, Deezle, Jim Jonsin and David Kirkwood wasn't enough, Lil Wayne has his Young Money Cash Money Billionaires crew face a new lawsuit over their music. A Georgia-based group recently served the New Orleans, Louisana emcee with a multi-million dollar lawsuit over his hit single "BedRock."
According to a recent report from AllHipHop.com, Done Deal Enterprises is suing Wayne, Cash Money Records and Young Money Records over their 2010 track "BedRock," which was featured on the Young Money compilation We Are Young Money. According to the suit, Weezy F. Baby and company stole portions of the Waynesborough, GA group's copyrighted song of the same name and incorporated it into their smash-single.
Accoridng to the RIAA, Wayne's track, which was produced by Kane Beatz, sold three million copies and helped pushed the album to gold status. Done Deal Enterprises is seeking $15 million in damages.
YMCMB is due in court this October 12 to testify on the matter. A copy of the lawsuit can be found at AllHipHop.
HipHopDX will keep updated as more information comes to light.