Prodigy Sues Vox Music Group For Contract Breach, Rapper's Family Facing Foreclosure

Mobb Deep rapper and G-Unit affiliate Prodigy is suing Vox Music Group for allegedly failing to pay him more than $30,000 and plunging his family into foreclosure.
Prodigy says Vox Music Group agreed in August 2007 to pay him $10,300 a month but that it has missed three payments and failed to give him a semiannual royalty accounting statement.

"These breaches . . . have put Prodigy's family in financial peril," say documents filed last week in Manhattan Supreme Court.

Prodigy, who suffers from sickle-cell anemia and is serving a 3½-year term for gun possession, is also asking that the agreement be terminated.