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Bangladesh Claims Young Money Stiffed Him, Again

For the second time in a year, Bangladesh is claiming that he has been stiffed by the folks at Young Money. In May 2010, the producer said he was owed royalties associated with Lil Wayne's "A Milli." Baby then responded to several months later and the everything seem settled between the label and Bangladesh. But wouldn't you know it, apparently he's been screwed over, again, after providing the beat for another Weezy smash, "6 Foot 7 Foot."

 

According to MTV, the producer isn't looking for royalties or the fee he typically asks of rappers when he provides them with a beat. Instead, he asked Weezy for some features that would appear on Bangladesh's solo album. And those delayed guest verses are apparently what's been holding up the record's release. What a goddamn mess.

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