Rick Ross has filed a lawsuit against skateboarding brand, DGK, claiming they owe him for endorsing their clothing.
According to TMZ, the rapper claims he struck a two-year deal with DGK to become a brand ambassador, where he would be paid around $10,000 a month, plus 7% of the profits.
Everything was fine, until DGK stopped paying in November 2015, claiming they were broke.
So, Ross has filed a lawsuit, asking for more than $80,000 in back pay.
According to RIDE, multiple team riders have left brands owned by the Kayo Corp., DGK’s parent company, this year. Skate Lenny Rivas left DGK in June, claiming they hadn’t paid him in six months.