French Montana Ordered To Pay Waka Flocka’s Mom Millions After She Says He Did Her Dirty
Waka Flocka’s manager-mom, Debra Antney, is sending a clear message to French Montana- that he better run her, her money…$2 milli’ to be exact. According to new reports, a judge has awarded Deb’ $2M’s, after she claimed that French did her wrong.
Why French Montana Owes Waka Flocka’s Mother
According to court docs, Deb’ sued her former client, French Montana, for reportedly cutting her and her management company, Mizay Entertainment, out of lucrative deals she claims he made behind her back. Unbeknownst to damn near everyone at that time, she originally hit French with a lawsuit for shady business practices in 2013. Based on court documents, French never responded to the lawsuit.
Apparently, there was truth to Deb’s claims though, because according to The Blast, it wasn’t until 2017, that she quietly won a judgement for $1,864,012.50, plus an additional $135,140.91 in interest, when the final judgement was granted. That totaled up to a $1,999,588.41 check French Montana was ordered to cut to Deb.’
Well, it’s now July 2018 and Debra has yet to get her money from the Moroccan bred rapper. However, to ensure she gets what’s rightfully owed to her, she has filed for a new sister judgement in California. The previous one was filed in her residing state of Georgia. The California judgement will allow her to also collect her money from French in Cali, as well as in Georgia. It was not clear why she chose California, but presumably, that could be where French resides, or has many assets.
Whatever the case, Deb’ don’t play dat! She’s coming to collect her paper and it seems like French Montana legally must to pay up.
Deb’s & Waka’s OTHER Legal Problem
That extra $2million, from French Montana, can sure come in handy for Deb’ right about now, because according to The Jasmine Brand, she and her son, Waka Flocka, were hit with a lawsuit of their own in April 2018. Here’s what was reported:
Via TJB- A man named Anthony Pierce, who claims to be their former business partner, has filed suit demanding $700k in damages. Pierce says that in 2013, he made one year deal with Antney and her entertainment company, Mizay Entertainment. He provided $100,000 capital to the company in exchange for 10% of money generated from the management of her artists. However, he says that five days after the deal was signed, Antney dissolved the company telling him it was due to legal issues. After dissolving the company, Pierce says she never amended their agreement to reflect the change.
The Notoriuos B.I.G. said it best: “The more money you make, the more problems you have.” That’s real.