Cardi B said that after a two-year, $30 million legal action with her former manager, she felt “free and easy”…this matter was “dismissed because of prejudice.”
Cardi B finally ended a two-year, $30 million legal action with her former manager Klenord̵
On December 24, AllHipHop obtained court documents on Sunday. He said: “This lawsuit, including all claims and counterclaims, has been dismissed in its entirety and has harmed all parties.”
This means that Shaft’s 2018 lawsuit and Cardi’s counterclaim will not be re-filed at any time in the future.
Over and over again: Cardi B finally ended a two-year, $30 million legal action with her former manager Klenord’Shaft’ Raphael, and the entire case was “dismissed due to prejudice”
Shaft and Cardi also agreed to pay all their legal opinions and stated in the court documents: “The parties further agree that all parties to the litigation shall bear their own costs and attorney fees.”
The 28-year-old rapper entered Twitter to work with Shaft to celebrate the end of her legal troubles, and wrote: “I feel free.”
Shaft claimed to have discovered a popular WAP producer in 2015 and ensured that she had a place in VH1’s Love & Hip Hop, and filed a “10 million dollar breach of contract lawsuit” against her in April 2018.
In particular, the former manager of Cardi claimed that she abandoned the agreement to sign an agreement with the Atlanta-based management company Quality Control, which also represented her husband Offset’s rap band Migos.
Rejected: A court document on December 24 stated that “this action, including all claims and counterclaims, is hereby rejected as a whole, harming the interests of all parties.” This was obtained by AllHipHop on Sunday; Cardi picture in January
He also claimed to associate Cardi with the essential “publisher and producer,” who produced her top hit single Bodak Yellow and promoted her to a superstar in the summer of 2017.
In response, Cardi and her attorney filed a $30 million counterclaim in July 2018, accusing Shaft of establishing a “unilateral” and “unfair” relationship with her since she signed an agreement without a lawyer. ”The management agreement is based on TMZ and AllHipHop.
According to the counterclaim, Shaft “received a 20% commission” but tried to seek more commissions from Cardi’s Sony music distribution deal. Cardi said he requested 50% of the deal.
The beginning: Shaft claimed to have discovered the producer of WAP in 2015 and secured her place in VH1’s Love & Hip Hop.He filed a “$10 million breach of contract lawsuit” against her in April 2018; the picture shows the axis
All connections? He also claimed to “connect” Cardi with the necessary “publishers and producers” who produced her top hit single Bodak Yellow, making her a superstar in the summer of 2017. Cardi B and Shaft in 2015
The Bodak Yellow rapper also suggested that Shaft try to control his personal life, such as his romantic relationship with husband Offset, now 28.
According to documents obtained by TMZ in 2018, he allegedly set up barriers between “she and people near her in an effort to fully control her” and told her “who she should and shouldn’t romantically meet with” .
According to AllHipHop, the two-year legal battle between the two “takes away Cardi’s recording career-during which time her record company Atlantic Records received millions of royalties.”
Counterclaim: In response, Cardi and his attorney filed a $30 million counterclaim in July 2018, accusing Shaft of establishing a “unilateral” and “unilateral” agreement with her since she signed an agreement without an attorney. Unfair” management agreement. TMZ; Cardi B pictured in 2019