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Tyga sued by former managers

Rapper Tyga has been hit with a $4 million lawsuit from his former managers.

Representatives at C&J Management claim they were instrumental in helping to turn the Rack City hitmaker "from a relative nobody to a world known superstar", but they were dumped in 2013 after introducing Tyga to label bosses at Cash Money Records, where he found fame.


They are now demanding a share of his fortune for their services, reports TMZ.com.


The lawsuit isn't Tyga's only legal issue - he has since fallen out with Cash Money executives Bryan 'Baby' Williams and his brother Ronald 'Slim' Williams over repeated delays in the launch of his next project, The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, and has been fighting to be released from his contract since late last year (14).