In the last few months, Lil Wayne has been in all the headlines as he pursues to get the millions of dollars that Birdman allegedly never gave him. But this time, the tables have turned as David Banner took Lil Wayne’s record label, Young Money Records, to court for money he was stifled from.

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David Banner demanded $150,000 from the label for three songs he produced on Tha Cater III, and We Are Young Money. Which he won by default since Young Money never showed up in court. The judge awarded David Banner $164,303.19 which includes interest.

Lil Wayne should take notes from his boss Birdman, on what not to do!

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Alicia West better known as Ace hails from Toronto, the newest city on everyones radar. Before taking her talents to media, she worked a thriving career in digital marketing, creating social media, and influencer outreach programs. As an advocate for living life to the fullest while still hustling for your dreams, Alicia shares her world and interests on her digital platform #justaceit. You can catch her conducting interviews, executing strategic and creative content, or trying to figure out her way around New York City. Follow her journeys at @aceonline_.

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