Turk Re-Signs With Cash Money Records


Since being released from prison in 2012, after nearly 10 years, Turk has sued Cash Money Records over unpaid royalties... and settled.

Now, he's signed with the label once again.

Turk announced the news on Instagram, with a video clip, saying: "Yea, you know what it is, real n*gga just signed back with Cash Money. Y'all just stop trying to figure this sh*t out and accept it for what it is. It is what it is. Cash Money Records. I'm back bitch, ya heard? Original Hot Boy sh*t, n*gga."


He later added on Twitter: "I Never Left #CashMoneyRecords I Just Went To Prison And Got My Mind And Heart Right!!!"

Turk rose to fame in the 1990s as a member of the Cash Money Records group Hot Boys, consisting of himself, Juvenile, B.G. and Lil Wayne. His career was derailed in 2005, when he was sentenced to more than 10 years in prison on attempted murder and weapons charges, stemming from the shooting of a Memphis, TN police officer in early 2004.