Fresh off their revelatory Carpool Karaoke rendition of the Neil Diamond classic "Sweet Caroline," we now have news that Migos are suing a former business partner over alleged loss of royalties.

The Blast reports Quavo, Takeoff, and Offset have accused Yung Rich Nation of failing to pay them a previously agreed-upon cut of royalties from a clothing line. The deal, inked back in 2015, also included jewelry and additional apparel items. Blast-obtained court documents also show that the shoud-be-playing-the-Super-Bowl Georgia trio have accused YRN of not giving them accounting info which makes it "unclear how much they are actually owed."

YRN, according to the Migos suit, has since produced clothing emblazoned with Migos-related phrase without their permission. The group is asking for an injunction blocking YRN from continuing to do so, as well as unspecified damages. The group was actually previously sued by YRN over the exact same deal, though the group asked for the dismissal of that suit and denied the allegations against them.

Elsewhere in the Migosverse, we now await the impending arrival of Offset's debut solo project. Quavo and Takeoff's solo debuts arrived back-to-back earlier this year, with Offset's now set for a December release. 

 

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Culture III, the sequel to this year's ubiquitous Culture II, is slated to arrive in early 2019. "We'll be at the top of 2019," Quavo told the Associated Press in October. "We're going to hit them with Culture III."