Lil Wayne And Migos Are Being Accused Of This Elaborate Scheme, And The Internet Is Calling Bulls**t

Lil Wayne And Migos Are Being Accused Of This Elaborate Scheme, And The Internet Is Calling Bulls**t

Pull up the receipts!

Published January 16th

It appears that Lil Wayne and Migos should lawyer up, and quickly, because according to exclusive documents obtained by The Jasmine Brand, they, along with Young Money and Migos’ touring company, are being sued for pocketing money from shows which the rap stars never performed. A man named Ramin Natan loaned the Echelon Music Group and Eric Stenger more than $500,000 for promoting shows from Weezy and the Southern trapsters back in 2017.

  1. Natan claimes Stenger and his company are nothing more than “ponzi scam artists.”

    The lawsuit details that Mr. Carter and the "Stir Fry" emcees split the $500,000 loan, but never returned it, despite not performing. Natan believes they created fake companies to collect that money, and now he wants his loan back with interest.

  2. Some fans strangely believed Migos were capable of something like this, but not Wayne
    (Photo via Instagram)
    (Photo via Instagram)
    (Photo via Instagram)
  3. However, others are rushing to the defense of all hip-hop parties involved
    (Photo via Instagram)
    (Photo via Instagram)

    Neither Weezy, Migos nor their respective teams have responded to these accusations.

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photos from left: David Becker/Getty Images for iHeartMedia, Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for BACARDI)

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