By Matthew Bridge
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
One of the key members of Cash Money Records during their rise to prominence in the 1990s was Turk. Since his return to the game, Turk has let it be known that he is an original hot boy. Initially, Turk discussed the possibility of signing with Cash Money, again.
But, Turk ended up entering a partnership with Rap-A-Lot Records for his own label, YNT. While Turk has remained peaceful, working on his music, the same cannot be said for Lil Wayne. He remained with the label and now he is suing them, with Turk following suit.
When Turk announced his lawsuit, he caused a media firestorm. Now, he revealed, via Twitter, he is suing Cash Money Records for the $17 million he generated during his time with the label. When a fan asked him if it was worth signing with them in the first place and he said it was.
Read Turk’s Twitter posts and Instagram posts below:
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