Houston rapper Travis Scott sued by ex-managers

Houston-born rapper Travis Scott is embroiled in a lawsuit with his former management team who claim he owes them several million dollars, according to a report from TMZ.

The lawsuit reportedly stems from a contract Scott signed when he joined LCAR Management in October 2014. Those ex-managers say the three-year contract stipulates management would earn 15 percent of all earnings the rapper made.

According to the lawsuit, Scott split from the company a year later and all management got was $37,000. They believe they should have at least earned $2 million by this point.

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