They want to block Quan from signing with another label.
Rich Homie Quan ended his relationship with his former label Think It’s A Game Entertainment in August when he sued them for $2 million, citing unpaid royalties. Now T.I.G. Ent is countersuing Quan in an attempt to block from releasing any new music or signing with another label.
Bossip reports that T.I.G. is “accusing [Quan] of breaching their deal and demanding an injunction against him from releasing ANY music and also prohibiting him from signing with another record label.”
Rich Homie Quan recently announced that him and Young Thug are getting back together for another Rich Gang mixtape. We’ll keep you posted with future developments, as the outcome of this lawsuit will affect the release of that project as well as Quan’s debut album Rich As In Spirit.