“Love & Hip Hop” season 6 hasn’t even hit the airwaves, but drama is already brewing behind the scenes.
A Harlem record exec by the name of Arthur Smith has threatened to sue VH1 if their newest cast member, rapper Bianca “Young B” Dupree of “Chicken Noodle Soup” fame, doesn’t fork over 50% of her paycheck.
Smith signed a $1.7 million deal with Universal Republic Records for “Chicken Noodle Soup,” but Young B says she saw very little profit from the deal.
In an effort to play chess instead of checkers, Young B filed a lawsuit against Arthur Smith asking a judge to void the 10-year production agreement she signed that gave Smith exclusive control over her name and likeness.
VH1 wanted no parts of a legal mess so they threatened to kick Young B off of the show. According to her civil suit, the anxiety from the conflict caused her to be hospitalized twice.
Hopefully, the judge will let it rain and clear it out.
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