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Lil Wayne Settles $1.5 Million Lawsuit Over “Love Me or Hate Me”

It’s safe to say you can add another solved legal trouble/lawsuit under the belt of Lil Wayne, and not to mention, a loss of money. According to TMZ, the rapper has finally come to an agreement with producer David Kirkwood involving a $1.5 million lawsuit dating back to 2011.

As you know, in 2011, Wayne released Tha Carter III, featuring the track under fire, “Love Me or Hate Me.” Kirkwood initially filed the suit against Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment label and Cash Money Records for non-payment over the song. Lil Wayne fought back but decided to settle out of court with the producer for an undisclosed amount.

This isn’t the first lawsuit against the rapper, and it may not be the last.


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