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Cardi B files $15m Countersuit against Former Manager

Cardi B countersues former manager Cardi B Files $15 Million Countersuit Against Ex-Manager
Adrian Cunningham | 11 July, 2018, 20:11

Cardi B is not letting her pregnancy stop her from taking care of business. She claims he wanted to control her relationship with Offset.

Cardi B's former manager filed a lawsuit against her back in April for $10 million, citing that the star rapper cut her off from expected royalties and other riches.

Cardi B said Shaft wanted a 50% commission off her Sony Music publishing deal when he already got 20%.

Raphael previously claimed he taught the star everything she knows about entertainment and helped her make the step up from being a stripping Instagram wannabe.

The complaint, which can be read in full here, states: "Ms. Almanzar entrusted Shaft and his related entities with many aspects of her professional and business affairs and that trust was abused".

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'Since discovering Cardi B in 2015, Shaft has played an integral role in developing her music career and public image, ' the agent's rep said in a statement in the wake of the suit.

Cardi (real name: Belcalis Almanzar), who is expecting her first child with husband Offset, filed the countersuit on Thursday in federal court.

These allegations come with a pretty hefty claim for damages: more than $15 million. Owing to his vision and drive, Cardi B can now bring her talents to the world and obtain a level of success few artists ever achieve. 22.

The plaintiff attorneys did not immediately respond to a Law&Crime request for comment about the counterclaim Thursday afternoon. Leonard is listed as a co-writer on Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow".

In the lawsuit, Raphael alleges that Cardi B's publicist, who has the oddly-spelled name Patientce Foster, and who has also been named as a defendant in the suit, engaged in a "campaign of lies" against Raphael, in an attempt to lure her to switch representation and thus improperly induced her to materially breach the WorldStar exclusive management agreement. Her latest album "Invasion of Privacy" was released earlier this month and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Hot 200.