Despite Curren$y and Damon Dash publicly making amends, it appears as though their history at DD172 is still causing some legal waves.
According to a recent AllHipHop report, Dash is suing his lawyer over a failed record deal that resulted in Spitta and other artists leaving his label.
Dash is currently in the process of suing lawyer Janis Shen for failing to complete the proper documentation for an orally-stated record contract with Curren$y. The deal called for Curren$y to release three albums under Dame Dash’s “BluRoc” imprint – two “Pilot Talk” LPs and “Muscle Car Chronicles” – but the botched contract now allows Curren$y to legally jump-ship to his current home “Warner Music Group” along with the aforementioned albums.
According to the lawsuit, the failed contract also caused Dash a distribution deal between his “BluRoc” and “Island/Def Jam” as well as rapper Stalley, who later signed with powerhouse “Maybach Music Group.”
Dash is seeking $5 million as well as lawyer fees from the lawsuit.