Fiddy and Lil Kim Sued

(antiMusic) Did 50 Cent and Lil' Kim stiff a record producer? The producer thinks so and has filed a lawsuit against the duo as well as their record companies for a cool $2 million, saying they never paid him royalties for a song he produced for the two that went on to sell 2 million copies.

Jam! has the report: Carlos Evans says in papers filed in Manhattan's state Supreme Court he contracted with Rotten Apple Records in January 2003 to produce, engineer and mix a rap track called "Magic Stick" to be performed by 50 Cent and Lil' Kim.

Evans, of Staten Island, says he was to get a $7,500 advance and royalties for working on the song. His court papers say that he was paid the advance and nothing else and that his requests for a royalties audit have been ignored. - more on this story

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