Lawsuits Fly With Jas Prince Over Cash Money Royalties
The fight for alleged unpaid royalties continues as Jas Prince has filed a new lawsuit over unpaid royalties.
Jas Prince has filed a suit against Aspire, a company he co-founded and left. Prince maintains that he brought Drake to Cash Money and that he would keep receiving royalties even though he left the company. The Jas, who is the son of J. Prince, would get a portion of royalties from Cash Money subsidiary Young Money Entertainment through Aspire. Then, Aspire would pay Prince his portion from there.
In a new suit, Prince claims Cash Money has not paid Aspire as it agreed to do and that is former partner Derrick Lawrence has not made efforts to collect the monies either.
Last year, the parties settled on an agreement. Prince was originally asking for $11 million.