Cardi B countersues her former manager for $15 mn

Cardi B countersues her former manager for $15 mn

Cardi B countersues her former manager for $15 mn

Cardi says he demanded 50% of that deal! It's not immediately obvious if Cardi is claiming the deal she signed with her manager was worse than a 360 deal but the "Bodak Yellow" rapper clearly stated she wants to secure her future for her growing family.

Heavily pregnant American female rapper Cardi B has filed a $15 million countersuit against estranged manager Klenord "Shaft" Raphael.

On June 5, Cardi B filed her countersuit, wherein the documents mention that Shaft, the manager, had set up a management deal with her. However, Raphael alleges that she cut him out of his career after she found success with his assistance. The control extended to who she chose to date.

Shaft claimed he was "disappointed by her actions to freeze him out of her career" and sought 20% of Cardi B's gross income.

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Three months later, chart-topper Cardi is looking to have all management and recording agreements made with Raphael declared void by launching a counter-suit worth $15 million, which she filed in court on Thursday (July 5th), according to Variety.

Since discovering Cardi B in 2015, Shaft has played an integral role in developing her music career and public image. Owing to his vision and drive, Cardi B can now bring her talents to the world and obtain a level of success few artists ever achieve. 22.

The counter-suit claims that Leonard put "barriers between [Cardi] and people close to her in an effort to maintain complete control over her" and dictated "who she should and should not see romantically".

"Shaft and KSR/WorldStar controlled all the books and records relating to Ms. Almanzar's professional activities", the counterclaim reads.

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Cardi B is now one of the hottest hip-hop artists with the success of her smash hit "Bodak Yellow" previous year.

The rapper is being represented in this legal dispute by Paul LiCalsi, a partner at Robins Kaplan who has been the long-standing attorney for The Beatles.

Raphael is seeking at least $10 million damages through the suit.

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