Young Thug allegedly collected a hefty check to record a verse with a rap contest winner, but when it was time to hit the studio, the Atlanta rapper was a no show.
TMZ reports WeThePlugg.com, an online Hip Hop merchandiser, filed a $14.5k lawsuit in Georgia against the rapper, claiming the company paid him $5k last year to ensure his verse on the track. The whole purpose of the contest was so the winner would get an opportunity to have a song featuring Young Thug.
For his verse, Thugga would receive another $10k but reps for the company claimed the rapper was nowhere to be found when it was time to lay the verse down and when they spoke with his team, they backed out of the deal.
On a positive note, the winner did have a chance to record a song by himself—which is bittersweet, because who doesn’t want a superstar rapper on their first song?
WeThePlugg.com is suing for their $5k plus damages.