Tyga is currently engaged in a label battle with Cash Money Records and now it looks like he will have to fight with attorneys in the legal system. The Los Angeles native is being sued by his former managers for services rendered.

C&J Management hit T-Raww with a $4 million lawsuit after the rapper fired them without proper cause in 2013. The management firm claims they were instrumental in getting Tyga signed to Cash Money Records in 2011. "[We turned him] from a relative nobody to a world known superstar," reads the suit via TMZ.

The 'Rack City' rapper is currently embroiled in a label tug-of-war with YMCMB and says they are preventing him from releasing his oft-delayed album, ‘The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty.’

In the meantime, Tyga has teamed up with Chris Brown to release their collaborative project, ‘Fan of a Fan: The Album.’ The collection will arrive in stores on Feb. 24. You can check out the LP’s tracklist here.

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