Popular American Rapper Loses Record Label Rights And His Lastest Album Royalties Due To Sexual Assault


American rapper, The Game has reportedly lost ownership of his own record label including royalties from his last album “Born 2 Rap” in a $7 million sexual assault case.

In 2015, Priscilla Rainey, a former reality dating show contestant accused The Game of sexually assaulting her at a Chicago sports bar while taping his VH1 reality show “She’s Got Game.” She sued him for $10 million in 2015, but he was nonchalant and didn’t show up to court and totally ignored the trial. Consequently, the court ordered him to pay $7.13 million in damages to Rainey.

The Game then denied all of the allegations since then, the rapper has been fighting for an appeal over his decision not to pay Rainey.

According to AllHipHop, Rainey was recently granted “any and all rights, title, and interest” in any money, property or future payments due to Game’s independent label LA Prolific, which he launched with his last album Born 2 Rap in November.

She was also awarded the ownership of Born 2 Rap and royalties from the album.

According to the judge, if Game attempts to go against the ruling, he could be charged with contempt of court.

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