(AllHipHop News) A judge has sided with Turk in his lawsuit against Cash Money Records. After suing the label for unpaid money owed to him, Turk filed a default motion last month when Cash Money missed the extended deadline to respond to the litigation.
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A U.S. District Court judge in Louisiana has granted Turk the default motion. The judge will now decide how much money Cash Money and its publishing wing Money Mack will have to pay Turk for past royalties and other profits.
Turk originally asked for at least $1.3 million when he filed the suit earlier this year. He also requested for Cash Money to provide an accurate accounting of revenue made from his musical recordings for the company.