(AllHipHop News) Jas Prince is still waiting to find out if and when he will be receiving payments from Cash Money Records for his role in Drake’s success. Prince filed a lawsuit against the label in 2012, and he recently presented more legal documents requesting Cash Money show exactly how much they made off of the Young Money artist.
TMZ caught up with Prince and asked him about his situation with CMB and its founder Bryan “Birdman” Williams. The son of Rap-A-Lot Records’ J. Prince let it be known that his father’s “courtesy call” was the only talking that is left to be done.
“No more calls. We do the talking one time,” said Prince.
Jas does admit he handed the issue over to his lawyers, and he is waiting for it to play out through the legal system.
“The lawyers are dealing with it,” explained Prince. “It takes time when you’re dealing with lawsuits, so I’m trying to be patient before we get some more courtesy calls.”
When reminded about the fact former Cash Money artist Turk has also been attempting to get payments from Cash Money for a long time, Jas replied, “But Turk is not a Prince.”
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Watch Jas Prince’s interview below.