Young Thug’s enigmatic persona has now extended (allegedly) to blowing off a contest and failing to record a verse for the would-be winner.
WeThePlugg.com is suing Thugger for $14,500 for bailing on the company after promising to record a feature for its social media contest winner. In the case, which was filed in Georgia, the company says it gave the rapper $5,000 up front and told him he would get an additional $10,000 after recording the verse.
After the contest closed, Young Thug did not respond to calls to make the verse. When getting in contact with the rapper’s manager, WeThePlugg was told Thug was no longer interested in being a part of the project.
The contest winner still recorded a new song through WeThePlugg, but did not get the promised Thug feature.
The company is suing for the down payment and damages.