"Thug Queen" Sues Bone Thugs For $22.5 Million


The “Thug Queen” associated with rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is suing the group for $22.5 million dollars, claiming that she was never paid royalties for his contributions to a 1998 album by the group.

Kamilha Greer filed the lawsuit against Mo Thug Records, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and Ruthless Records in the Cuyahoga County Court in Ohio.

Greer claims that she wrote Mo Thugs Family Scripture Chapter II: Family Reunion, which was released in May of 1998.

Greer claims she contributed lyrics to the songs “Mighty Mighty Warrior,” “The Queen” “Otherside/Outro” and “Ghetto Cowboys,” which was the album’s lead single, that also struck #1 on the U.S. rap charts.

Greer, who also appeared in the “Ghetto Cowboys” video, claims she has not received any royalties for her contributions to Mo Thugs Family Scripture, which has sold over 1 million copies.

Greer is seeking $2.5 million dollars on multiple counts, including Breach of Contract, Conversion, Negligence, Fraud, Breach of Fiduciary Duty.

The total amount Greer seeks is consequential and compensatory damages of $20,000 million and quantum merit relief in the amount of at least $2.5 million dollars plus attorney fees and court costs.

Greer is represented by one Jazmine Greer, of Cleveland, Ohio.