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Lil Wayne Isn't The Only Former Hot Boy Suing Cash Money

Turk has his own lawsuit now.

Cash Money Records is being accused of more money mishandling.

In a new lawsuit, Turk is asking a court to void his contract with the label, and is seeking $1.3 million, according to TMZ. The former Hot Boy wants the rights to his music and is also claiming that the label did a poor accounting job.

Turk came up with Cash Money in the late 1990s and early 2000s, enjoy success along with labelmates Lil Wayne, Juvenile, B.G., and Mannie Fresh. However, he was arrested in 2004, and ended up serving more than eight years behind bars after a plea in his second-degree murder case before being released in 2012.

The suit comes just a week after his Wayne, another former Hot Boy, filed his own against the label. In his, though, Weezy was seeking $51 million, saying -- among other alleged transgressions -- that he wasn't paid for his album Tha Carter V, which he says has been finished, despite its delay.

That won't stop Tunechi from dropping new music, though. This week, he announced plans to release The Free Weezy Album, which, as the title suggests, will be a free album as we continue to wait for Tha Carter V.