Former R&B Singer Sues 2Pac's Estate For Unpaid Royalites

You better collect those coins! 

After 20 years somethings would just be forgotten or left alone but when it comes to money that's a negative. Tupac's estate had been hit with an lawsuit yesterday by former singer Natasha Walker.

According to HotNewHipHop, Natasha is claiming she never received compensation for her vocals used in single 'Bury Me a G' back in 1993 where her and Tupac agreed to have equal ownership for the song.

Natasha's attorney believes she has the right to sue since the song itself has still makes money and will in the future and wants back and current royalties for the track.

Regardless if her verse on the track is very minimal a deal is a deal right?

 
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