Fat Joe, French Montana, & Remy Ma Sued Over "All The Way Up"


As quickly as “All the Way Up” hit the streets, it was a assured smash. Not solely have been followers excited concerning the collaboration of Fat Joe, French Montana, and Infared, however they have been hyped to listen to Remy Ma fritter away a monitor after being locked up in jail for six years. Two years after the only dropped it is nonetheless a success, however now the rappers are authorized troubles over their membership banger.

A rapper named Fly Havana, actual title Eric A. Elliott, claims that he deserves to get minimize a examine as a result of he helped write the music. According to documents obtained by TMZ, Elliot states that he is a struggling Miami artist who aided in penning the chart-topper with Infared. Elliott says that it took them only a 5 hours to put in writing the hit, however he is been snubbed when it has come to sharing the glory.  The go well with says the “unfinished model” of the monitor is “an identical to the launched model,” in accordance with The Blast.

Additionally, Elliott additionally says that he is tried to rectify the state of affairs with Fat Joe. The two met at an IHOP in March 2016, the identical month that “All the Way Up” was launched, and Elliott states that Joe gave him a $5,000 examine with the promise that Elliott would get more cash as the only gained consideration. The lawsuit reveals that Elliott claims he tried confronting French Montana again in 2017 however Montana would not acknowledge him. Elliot is suing for co-writing credit score and different damages. “All the Way Up” bought 2 million copies within the U.S. and peaked at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100 checklist.