Wiz Khalifa Isn’t Afraid To Sue People In 2013


| April 17, 2013 - 8:34 pm

The Taylor Gang isn’t playing this year. It’s either pay up or shut up!

Wiz Khalifa recently sat down with “Esquire Magazine” and spoke on the advice that he gained from Donald Trump associates.

“Right now, I’m learning to sue people and get my money,” said Wiz. “After talking to people who work for Donald Trump — smart, successful people — I’ve realized I gotta go after all that. That’s what I’m going to do that I didn’t last year,” the rapper said.

At the beginning of this month news circulated Wiz was suing a concert promotion company for $1 million, stemming from a last minute concert cancellation in December.

But the Pittsburgh native hasn’t always been on the upper hand side of the spectrum while getting sued by songwriter Max Gregory Warren. Warren filed a lawsuit after claiming the Taylor Gang front man stole his song “Pink and Yellow”, mixing it into the number one hit “Black and Yellow”. $2,375,000 was asked for in punitive and actual damages.

Wiz Khalifa’s full interview will be featured in the May 2013 issue of “Esquire,” available on newsstands on April 23.