Chance the Rapper’s camp is not too pleased with the $3 million lawsuit filed by his ex-managers.
According to his ex-manager, Pat Corcoran, Chance let him go back in April after sales of his last album, “The Big Day” didn’t sell as well as expected.
Corcoran goes on to say in the complaint that Chance hyped up the album before it was complete and failed to follow his advice about promoting the album. Corcoran went on to say that he had an oral agreement with Chance for 15% of the album profits which equaled $2.5 million dollars, which he’s looking to get in the lawsuit.
Reps for Chance the Rapper called the lawsuit, “grossly offensive” and a “cry for attention.”