It would appear rapper Jawara Headley, better known as Brinx Billions, is trying to get rich from ‘Rich Sex.’
See why inside:
‘Rich Sex,’ the Nicki Minaj song that appears on the femcee’s 2018 album, ‘Queen,’ reigns as a hot topic of discussion for Billions as he says he’s owed millions for his uncredited work on the tune (which peaked at #56 on the Billboard Hot 100 at the height of its popularity).
Suing the Rap diva for more than $200 million over the Lil Wayne-assisted hit, Billions alleges Nicki – who he says he’s known for over a decade – ripped off his version of ‘Rich Sex’ after he played it for her years before ‘Queen’ hit shelves. He also says the Harajuku Barbie told him the song would be “extremely marketable and become a global hit” before allegedly taking it for herself.
Though insisting he’s the sole creator, composer, and producer of ‘Rich Sex,’ he is only listed as a writing contributor and shares album credits with Minaj, Lil Wayne, and others.
As of time reported, Minaj has not responded to the legal woe but her devoted fans – affectionately called #Barbz – haven’t kept mum on the issue.
Not Brinx Billions tryna sue Nicki $200 million for ‘Rich Sex’ 😭😭😭😩🤣PLSSS pic.twitter.com/BRav9DpRRs
— ONIKA’S CURSE (@0nikacurse) January 5, 2021
His response to the hoopla?
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