According to TMZ, Leland Clopton claims Akon’s record label, Konvict Entertainment, hid financial stats from him for years to avoid paying his royalties.
According to the docs, he produced a number of songs for Akon, but only saw some income statements for a few.
In the suit, Clopton alleges the cover-up was intentional, so Akon could keep Clopton’s royalties from himself. He accuses Akon of a “pattern of racketeering activity.”
Clopton says he’s potentially lost millions since he started working with Akon in 2008. He’s asking for at least $1 mil in damages and for his contract with Akon to be terminated.