Fat Joe, Remy Ma, and French Montana reunited for "All The Way Up" again in 2016, a observe that took on a lifetime of its personal and ended up netting the trio a pair of Grammy nominations. Three years after the tune's launch, a lawsuit was reportedly filed on Monday (March four) in opposition to the rappers by Miami-based MC Fly Havana, who claims to have been lower out of receiving any credit score or compensation for the hit document.
According to the TMZ report, Havana (born Eric Elliott), says he performed a job in creating "All The Way Up" alongside rapper/producer Infared, who’s credited on the smash. Fat Joe reportedly agreed to take a seat down with Elliott at an iHOP in 2016 to debate truthful compensation, the place Joe allegedly lower him the Miami-based Elliot a examine for $5,000.
Havana claims Joe promised him more cash because the anthem continued to develop, however he hasn't seen a greenback since. In courtroom paperwork obtained by TMZ, Elliott says he additionally confronted French Montana in regards to the state of affairs within the studio. His case reportedly consists of suing for prior damages and a co-writing credit score on the observe, which peaked at No. 27 on the Hot 100.
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