Rapper Yung Joc is set to appear in court on Monday (July 14) to dispute an unpaid bill for high-end stereo equipment.
According to WSBTV channel 2, the case involves fraud and contract disputes between the Atlanta rapper (born Jasiel Robinson) and a company called "Stereotypes."
The conflict stems from claims by Stereotypes that Robinson did not pay the company for installing high-end stereo equipment in his car.
According to court documents, services provided by Stereotypes totaled nearly $25,000 dollars.
The pending trial will take place at the Fulton County Courthouse.
The news comes as Robinson, who recently signed a deal with Jive Records, is planning to release the debut album of Chicago-based rap trio Hot Stylz.
The group, which is enjoying the success of its hit single "Lookin Boy," is one of the artists affiliated with Robinsons imprint, Swagg Team Entertainment.