Before becoming mainstream, Yung Bleu was sharpening his skills under Boosie Badazz. With the help of Boosie, he was eventually able to sign with Columbia Records. However, his mentor is now threatening him with a lawsuit.
Yung Bleu signed to Boosie’s label Bad Azz Music Syndicate back in 2016, through which he released a string of projects. He departed from the label in 2019. Boosie was kind enough to give him an opportunity to make more money by signing elsewhere.
While it might have seemed that the two were on good terms, Boosie is now coming at him with legal action. Yung Bleu’s departure from Bad Azz Music Syndicate has created a contractual dispute, and Boosie wants to settle the courthouse.
While speaking to VladTV, Boosie accused Bleu and his reps of squeezing him out of a deal but firmly believes he’ll be victorious and receive the compensation he deserves. “I gotta take everybody to court,” he said in the latest segment.
“Yung Bleu ain’t really in it; it’s just the people who was behind it. They did some messed up business, and it’s gonna come back to haunt everybody. I was just fucked over, bro. I don’t really blame Bleu, but I got ’em. This shit is crazy,” Boosie added.
“You gotta understand, you got so many people trying to come in … These other labels came in and tried to X me out, and this man signed to me … Shit just get crazy when you get to making money, man … I feel like we gonna get through it. I don’t want his money; I want him to have all the money! I want they money!”
Hopefully, the two are able to make peace without taking matters to a court. Last February, Bleu gifted his mentor $100,000 in cash to express his gratitude for everything Boosie has done for him.
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