Drake Gets Scammed Out Of Millions

Drake Gets Scammed Out Of Millions
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Music executive James ‘Jas’ Prince has filed a lawsuit against Drake’s management companies–Aspire Music Group, Laurant Management and Three Kings–claiming that he and Drizzy have been scammed out of millions of dollars.

Prince said that he introduced the Toronto artist to Lil Wayne and his managers after discovering Drake on MySpace back in 2007.

Prince says that they all agreed that he would receive a share of Drake’s earnings, though he hasn’t received any money yet.

Not only that, but he says that Drake himself is yet to receive royalty payments for several of his biggest singles.

The estimated revenue amount in the suit is in the millions.

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Photo Credit: Theo Wargo/Getty Images

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