Memphis rapper Yo Gotti has been issued with a $6.6 million dollar judgement in a case filed in a North Carolina court.
Yo Gotti is accused of pocketing $20,000 that was meant to pay for a song collaboration with another artist which he reportedly failed to completely deliver on.
Gotti was reportedly paid to feature on a song that was later refused to be released. The plaintiff, Young Fletcher, claims instead of releasing the song, Yo Gotti recorded another song of his own similar to the one he was paid to be featured on.
Yo Gotti is also accused of trying to go behind the back of Young Fletcher’s manager to sign the rapper to his own label.
The case reportedly began with a $2.2 million dollar judgement but the judge found “willful, unfair and deceptive acts” which caused him to increase the award to $6.6 million, according to TMZ.
The attorneys for Fletcher and his manager, Michael Terry, have reportedly threatened to go after Yo Gotti’s Bel-Air Mansion and cars if necessary to collect their money.