As we all remember, Curren$y released two Pilot Talk albums in 2010 through Damon Dash's newly established DD172 imprint, which was distributed by Def Jam. But here's the thing: Spitta claims he never signed an agreement with Dash and he's looking to get some of the money he earned. TMZ reports that the New Orleans rapper is seeking $1.5 million in damages and wants Dash to stop profiting from his music.
As for Dash, he claims he had the right to release those albums because "he was given permission" to do so. Additionally, he apparently felt like he was "stabbed in the back" when Spitta left and signed with Warner. There is no official ruling on this matter as of yet.