Lil Wayne Sues QD3 Over Documentary

Lil Wayne has filed a lawsuit against a film company that filmed a documentary about him for not giving him final approval over the film. According to the lawsuit obtained by Radar Online, the 26-year-old artist allowed Digerati Holdings and QD3 Entertainment to shoot a docu-film about him. The movie company, in turn, promised to give him approval over the final cut.

In early December last year, the companies screened the film for Lil Wayne's manager, who advised them to remove objectionable content from the film. They sent another clip in January to the manager for review and approval. The manager once more demanded that all objectionable content be removed.

However, instead of doing so, they allegedly presented a "scandalous portrayal" of the rapper at Sundance without his approval.

The rapper - real name Dwayne Michael Carter Jr. - is suing for breach of contract, breach of covenant of good faith and fair dealing, unfair business practices, fraud, and invasion of privacy among others.