Hot Boy Turk Looks To Resolve Issues With Cash Money Records Without Litigation
Turk says Cash Money Records has asked for a 30 day extension to respond to his legal summons.
Cash Money Records’ legal woes don’t appear to be going anywhere anytime soon.
The multi-million dollar imprint hasn’t settled its lawsuit with two former members of the Hot Boyz (Turk, Lil Wayne) and now, AllHipHop reports the label has extended the period it has to respond to Turk’s monetary request.
Turk slapped his former label with a $1.3 million lawsuit on February 19, giving them 21 days to respond, or else the case would be declared a default judgement.
The rapper (born Tab Virgil, Jr.) told AHH – on the final date (March 11) – that both parties “are trying to resolve this matter without any litigation, if possible.”
“Today was the final day for Cash Money to answer the lawsuit, but they have asked for a 30 day extension,” Turk explained to the Hip Hop news site. “It only means that the ball is still rolling.”
Turk initially planned to sue Cash Money, just one week after news broke that Lil Wayne was filing a $51 million lawsuit of his own against the company.