Lil’ Wayne Allegedly Hit With $1M Lawsuit By Private Jet Company

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By: Adelle Platon / August 11, 2014

The name of Lil Wayne’s current nationwide trek might be dubbed “Drake Vs Lil Wayne” but a private jet company is looking to fight Weezy in court for unpaid plane bills.

According to TMZ, the Young Money chief struck a deal with Miami-based jet company, Signature Group LLC, to lease a G-1159B Gulfstream jet for $55,000 a month plus maintenance and landing fees. It also claimed that they personalized the jet to suit Wayne’s “unique style preferences”, namely a custom bed, satellite phones and medical equipment.

Now, he and Young Money Entertainment are reportedly being sued for a million bucks by Signature Group because the payments reportedly stopped.

“We provided Lil Wayne and his Young Money organization with the service they desired and expected, since 2006. We’ve mutually benefited from our longstanding working relationship and have had the pleasure of flying several artists under the Young Money Entertainment umbrella,” Kevin Parrott, owner of Signature Group, LLC said in a statement.

The jet company is seeking trial by jury to receive the aforementioned sum and additional damages from Wayne and YM.