Antonio Brown Is Charged With Theft In Lil Wayne’s Name
Antonio Brown, a former NFL player, conned him out of $500,000 by claiming it was for Lil’ Wayne according to a Florida music promoter,
The case, which was reportedly filed on October 6th in Sarasota County Circuit Court, alleges that Brown misappropriated Weezy’s name to obtain a $100,000 contract. Brown allegedly violated a “exclusive artist agreement” between the two companies, according to the complaint.
It also claims that Brown made a $160,000 sale to Ryan Kane, the business’s owner, on a bogus expensive watch.
The lawsuits also claim that Antonio Brown threatened multiple STB executives with vulgar remarks of a sexual and racial character and that he scammed Secure the Bag Entertainment of $175,000 in fictitious expenses.
The costs for Brown’s entourage to fly on a private plane and for renting a Los Angeles recording studio for five hours total $87,000.
The issue arose when the business declined to cover those costs.
Kane declared that he views Antonio Brown as nothing more than a “thief and a liar.” To join with his label, Kane allegedly paid Brown a $150,000 advance with the expectation that Brown would film a music video to promote the song “Cracked,” which he co-wrote with Lil Wayne.
Then, according to Kane, he was told that Lil’ Wayne wanted to be paid “$250,000 in cash,” and Brown would take care of Wayne’s payment. The situation heated up when Brown allegedly threatened Kane with “the check better be good,”
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