Tupac Shakur’s Mother Sues Entertainment Co. For Royalties

Law360, San Diego (September 26, 2013, 10:28 PM EDT) -- The mother of Tupac Shakur on Wednesday filed a $1.1 million suit in a California state court accusing an entertainment company that bought the music library assets of the late hip hop star’s label, Death Row Records, of failing to pay royalties on Tupac’s albums and other material.

Afeni Shakur, the co-administrator of her son’s estate after he died in a 1996 drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, claims Entertainment One Ltd. has skipped out on making royalty payments to the estate for more than four years....
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