Rostrum Records Sues Wiz Khalifa For $2 Million
Wiz Khalifa has been sued by his former label, claiming the rapper has screwed them out of more than $2 million.
According to TMZ, Rostrum Records -- founded by Wiz's former manager Benjamin Grinberg -- has filed a lawsuit against the rapper, claiming they had a deal with him for a 15% cut of touring and music royalties when he started in 2005, as well as 20% of any merch sales.
Rostrum claims Wiz has earned millions in touring, merchandise and music sales, and is seeking $2 million to settle things.
The lawsuit follows a suit filed by Wiz, against both Rostrum and Grinberg, claiming they mismanaged him and entered into deals without his best interest in mind.