Runtown has been dragged to the court again by Eric Manny, this time the record label filed contempt of court against the singer for allegedly dropping a new song amid their nasty legal battle.
Recall that their latest legal drama started in March after news surfaced that the record label filed an injunction at the Federal High Court against the singer, and in the court filing, stated that he “has been deliberately breaching his contract with (Eric Manny) for a while and despite our many appeals to him he has refused to bulge.”
The record company claims he owes them a lot of money, including the payment for a Lamborghini Gallardo and also an album that must be released. The company also claims he has been collaborating with several artists without his label’s written permission, and as a result, no royalties have come back to the label from any of these collaborations.
Runtown and his family denied the claims, instead accused the record of milking the singer.
Runtown reportedly was barred from dropping any new songs until the lawsuit is resolved. Now, the record label hs filed contempt of court against him for dropping a new song.
Check out the filed documents below.