The rapper B.o.B. recently caught a cool $3 million lawsuit from his former managers concerning some royalties owed.
According to the lawsuit, B.o.B. violated a deal established in 2017 requiring him to hand over certain royalties associated with public performances.
He has 20 days to respond, and his touring company is also named in the lawsuit.
B.o.B. said he has not seen the lawsuit, but he is aware that his former manager entered into agreements without his knowledge.
I have not seen the lawsuit but am aware my former manager had entered into agreements without my knowledge.
I take my business seriously and look forward to getting to the truth of what happened.
Round Hill Music and Artist Rights Management are the companies listed in the lawsuit.
If B.o.B. doesn’t respond in the 20 days allotted the matter could become a very expensive legal default.
B.o.B. was one of the first hip-hop artists to collaborate with Bruno Mars.