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Young Money rappers Lil Wayne and Drake may be taking this YOLO thing a little too far.

Weezy and Drake are refusing to cough up over $400k to Imperial Entertainment Group for a missed concert appearance despite a judge ruling against the duo. Lil Wayne and Drake say they won’t pay because they were never made aware of the concert appearance.

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Drake and his mentor banded together to appeal the lawsuit ruling saying they were never told about this appearance, never signed any contracts, and were never even served with papers to show up in court regarding the lawsuit Imperial Entertainment Group hit them with. They claim Imperial Entertainment Group used a third party, Melanzh Enterprises, to book them. Lil Wayne and Drake continued by claiming Melanzh Enterprises had no authority to book them in the first place. Weezy and Drake want the judge to reverse his ruling and cancel any obligation to pay the more than $400k to Imperial Entertainment Group.

Are you surprised at this turn of events? After all, the way rich people stay rich is by being cheap. So my question is did Imperial Entertainment Group really think they were going to get that money?



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