Jay-Z & Kanye West Will Play Dirty in Epic $3 Million Courtroom Battle
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Jay-Z & Kanye West Will Play Dirty in Epic $3 Million Courtroom Battle

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It appears that Watch the Throne’s Kanye West and Jay-Z are officially dunzo.

The former duo have been at odds for months, with Kanye’s latest lawsuit against Hov accusing the 4:44 rapper of hustling him out of a whopping $3M dollars.

 

Yeezy is accusing the man he once called “Big Brother” of owing him a $3M bonus for bringing in 1.5 million new subscribers to streaming service TIDAL with his 2016 album, The Life of Pablo.

 

Now, Mr. West is prepared to go for the jugular against his former friend, according to a source at Life & Style.

 

“Kanye believes he’s owed by TIDAL and he will fight for it, and he’s willing to drag Jay-Z to court because he doesn’t believe their relationship will ever be the same.

 

“There’s no salvaging the friendship, so Kanye’s going full force. He could reveal secrets about Jay-Z that may not be pretty.”

 

The insider claims Jay is more than willing to play petty as well, even after hoping to solve the situation civilly.

 

“Jay would rather settle this man-to- man, but it’s gone beyond that now.

“He’s armed with an arsenal of information about Kanye and his wife. This is war.”

 

While bad business between the former friends seems to be ‘Ye’s main motivation, Jay and wife Beyonce skipping out on his 2014 wedding to Kim Kardashian is said to be the root of their rift.

 

Never making playdates for their kids is also a reported reason Kanye feels betrayed by the Roc-A-Fella founder.

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“Kanye thought his children would grow up with Jay’s kids. When he realized that would never happen, Kanye was really hurt. He feels Jay used him for his music.”

 

“This isn’t some little dispute, not in Kanye’s eyes. Kanye feels deeply betrayed by JAY-Z. This will get settled in the courtroom.”

 

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