Travis Scott is reportedly being sued by his ex-managers, who claim he owns them millions.
According to TMZ, LCAR Management claims they signed a three-year contract with the rapper in Fall 2014, entitling them to 15% of his earnings.
The company believes Scott owes around around $2 million in management fees, but in court docs, claim he’s only paid $37,000.
Furthermore, LCAR says they’ve been trying to collect since 2015, but instead, got a letter from his attorneys saying their services are no longer needed.
Since the story broke, sources tell TMZ that Scott felt as though LCAR (owned, at least in part, by music industry veteran Lyor Cohen) wasn’t helping to further his career. Instead, he was left managing himself.