Hot Boy Turk’s lawsuit against his former label Cash Money Records has entered a new phase. AllHipHop.com reported on February 19 that New Orleans rapper served the company a summons requiring Cash Money to respond to the suit within 21 days. Turk has provided AllHipHop an update to the legal situation.
“Today was the final day for Cash Money to answer the lawsuit, but they have asked for a 30 day extension,” says Turk. “It only means that the ball is still rolling, and we are trying to resolve this matter without any litigation if possible.”
Turk sued Cash Money and Money Mack Music for at least $1.3 million for unpaid music royalties and advances. The suit claims Turk never received any payments for the music he released during his tenure with the label.