The New York Daily News reported last week that Jas Prince, son of Rap-A-Lot Records founder J. Prince and the man who discovered Drake and kicked the proverbial ball that launched a superstar was suing Drake’s management of Cortez Bryant, Gerald “Gee” Roberson, Derrick Lawrence and the Aspire Music Group over breach of contract & breach of fiduciary duty. Prince alleges that he hasn’t been paid in well over a year and in court documents seen here shows that Drake himself has not been paid any royalties for his work since signing with the management firm in 2009.

Prince also alleges that Bryant verbally agreed to paying a portion of the profits earned from Drake’s deal with Young Money, a deal that Bryant presided over.