Damon Dash Releases Curren$y’s Music Without Permission, Gets Sued

Curren$y

TMZ is breaking news that Curren$y has decided to sue Damon Dash over accusations he released Spitta’s music without permission.

According to the story, Curren$y claims that Dame released two of his albums in 2010 (Pilot Talk and Pilot Talk II) based on a a deal which never materialized. He is seeking $1.5 million in damages.

Damon Dash is not taking this lawsuit lying down. According to the gossip site:

But Damon fired back at the accusations with his own response — claiming, he has the right to release the albums in question because he was given permission. What’s more — Damon says Curren$y stabbed him in the back, reneging on his agreement with Damon and signing with WB instead.

We will keep you updated as this story develops. Until then, leave your thoughts on the lawsuit by commenting below.

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