Fetty Wap Is Being Sued for $7 Million By Former Remy Boyz Member P-Dice

Fetty Wap performs onstage during the 2016 Billboard Hot 100 Festival
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Fetty Wap performs onstage during the 2016 Billboard Hot 100 Festival - Day 1 at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater on Aug. 20, 2016 in Wantagh, N.Y. 

After flaunting his stacks in his latest video "Island On My Chain," Fetty Wap may soon have to cough up some real-life dollars after a former member of his Remy Boyz collective, P-Dice, has sued the rapper over the 2015 Hot 100 top-five hit "679" -- where Monty's verse on the official track replaced P-Dice's original. 

Fetty Wap had initially planned to give P-Dice 16.9% of the "679" profits, but despite P-Dice appearing in the track's video, the Remy Boy's share was reduced to a mere 5% after Fetty scrapped the verse all together on the album's version, TMZ reports. P-Dice is suing his former affiliate for $7 million. 

This isn't Fetty's first time being sued. Back in September, TMZ also reported that Danish producer Lazar Lakic filed a lawsuit against the New Jersey MC for allegedly using the beat of his ubiquitous hit "Trap Queen" (which the producer initially named "Hello") without Lakic's consent. 

Billboard has reached out to a rep for Fetty Wap for comment. 


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