Federal Drug Investigation Targets Chris Brown and Lil Wayne

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Lil Wayne and Chris Brown Drug Invetigation

Chris Brown and Lil Wayne are now reportedly key targets of a federal drug investigation which involves thousands of dollars of narcotics.

According to the celebrity gossip news website TMZ.com, the probe was triggered by a criminal drug trial involving Miami music producer Harrison Garcia who allegedly sent texts to people acknowledging and even bragging he sold drugs to the 2 rappers.

Garcia exchanged texts with an underling to deliver drugs to Wayne, saying, “I’ll shoot u some trees (pot).” Garcia responded, “It’s for Wayne.”

In another text, Gracia sent a screenshot of a $15,000 bank deposit from Chris Brown, saying, “Look who put money my account.” The woman said, “What that for LOL” and he responded with with a couple of smiley faces with the message, “Drugs … lean and sh*t” … this according to the Miami Herald.

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A federal agent testified Garcia also told cops he sold Wayne narcotics … “a lot of narcotics.”

Garcia often poses on social media next to exotic cars, bling, expensive sneakers, stacks of cash and guns … and has been photographed with CB and Weezy.

The feds believe he used the drug money to buy those toys.

Content Source:  TMZ.com

Lil Wayne Arrest and Lawsuits

  • On July 24, 2008, Abkco Music Inc filed a lawsuit against Lil Wayne for copyright infringement and unfair competition, specifically referring to Tha Carter III’s track “Playing with Fire”. In the lawsuit, Abkco claims that the song was obviously derived from The Rolling Stones’ “Play with Fire”, to which Abkco owns the rights.Subsequently, “Playing with Fire” was removed from the track list of Tha Carter III on all online music stores and replaced with the David Banner produced track, “Pussy Monster”.
  • In February 2009, production company RMF Productions filed a $1.3 million lawsuit against Wayne, following a $100,000 advance payment for three shows, all of which were cancelled by the artist.
  • On October 2009, Lil Wayne, Birdman, Cash Money Records, and various music distribution outlets were sued for copyright infringement by Thomas Marasciullo, who claims his voice was used without permission. The rappers asked him to record some “Italian-styled spoken word recordings” in 2006. The lyrics were allegedly used on “Respect” and other tracks from the rappers’ collaboration album Like Father, Like Son and Birdman’s 5 * Stunna.
  • In March 2011, producer Deezle (Darius Harrison) sued Wayne and his parent labels Cash Money Records over unpaid royalties from Tha Carter III.
  • In May 2011, producer Bangladesh also filed a lawsuit against Weezy & Co. over unpaid royalties as well.
  • In early June 2011, another producer named David Kirkwood filed a lawsuit against Young Money Entertainment and Cash Money Records on claims that the labels have failed to pay him over $1.5 million in royalties and production services for his work on the album, also including his songwriting on “Love Me or Hate Me”, a bonus song featured only on the deluxe edition of the album.
  • Also in June 2011, Dallas producers Play-N-Skillz filed a lawsuit against him claiming Wayne owes them at least $1 million in unpaid royalties for “Got Money” from his album Tha Carter III. The single has sold over 2 million copies since being released.
  • In July 2011, Done Deal Enterprises, a production company based in Georgia, filed suit against Wayne, Universal Music Group, Cash Money Records and Young Money Entertainment, claiming copyright infringement. The lawsuit alleges Wayne stole the song “BedRock”, featured on the compilation album We Are Young Money, and seeks damages of $15 million.

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