Lil Wayne Sued for Unpaid Royalties, Yet Again

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Yet another producer has came out claiming Lil Wayne owes him money for work on "Tha Carter III." According to AllHipHop News, producer and songwriter, David Kirkwood, filed a lawsuit against Cash Money Records and Lil Wayne's imprint label, Young Money, in New York Southern District Court on Friday, June 3.

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Kirkwood, who wrote "Love Me or Hate Me" featured on the deluxe editon of "Tha Carter III," is suing for $1.5 million in royalties and "production services."

Kirkwood isn't the only producer who has claimed unpaid royalties for work on "Tha Carter III." Producer, Bangladesh, was the first to come forth claiming he wasn't paid for Billboard Rap Songs No. 1 track, "A Milli."

In March, producer, Darius "Deezle" Harrison, filed a lawsuit against Wayne for $20 million of unpaid royalties from sales of "Tha Carter III" and featured, Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 track, "Lollipop."