AceShowbiz - 2 Chainz has found himself in another legal dispute. The rapper and his business partner Mychel "Snoop" Dillard are reportedly sued by a former employee who claimed that they owe him nearly $25K in commissions.
According to Bossips, Leon Wiggins previously worked as an assistant manager to the two business owners after they reached a deal to help bring in more clientele to Escobar Restaurant and Tapas as well as Hookah MRD Kings back in 2018. It was said if he made a certain amount of sales, he would be given a commision.
In his lawsuit, Wiggins said he sold a number of items at both restaurants which made him eligible to receive a commission of $24,713. He further claimed that until he left his positions in April 2019, he has yet to be paid for what he says he's due.
2 Chainz and Dillar reportedly have asked that the case be tossed out as they deny ever making such a deal with Wiggins or owing him anything. Additionally, the two claimed that they never received the proper paperwork to give to their lawyers.
The case is currently ongoing, but it seems like it may take longer for it to be settled since courts are closed due to Coronavirus pandemic.
In related news, 2 Chainz is giving back to the people around him. Along with Snoop, the Grammy-winning rapper was seen feeding the homeless at Escobar Restaurant on Monday, April 27. TMZ reported that 2 Chainz, who was clad in black gloves and a face mask, prepared 120 meals for those in need.
This arrived after the "No Lie" hitmaker received backlash over his plan to re-open his Atlanta restaurants for dine-in service, prompting him to backtrack the plan. "After careful consideration, we are not going to open our restaurants on Monday. It has not officially been decided when we will start having dine-in service," Snoop said to TMZ.