By Jon Wiederhorn
Founding Wu-Tang Clan member U-God is allegedly suing the legendary rap group for about $2.5 million, reports TMZ.
U-God reportedly claims in his suit that the group breached his contract and that he hasn’t been paid royalties for at least six years. He also says he wasn’t paid for merchandising or for the rare double album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, which was bought by controversial entrepreneur Martin Shkreli for $2 million.
The rapper has requested a full accounting of Wu-Tang’s revenue streams as part of the suit. U-God has been on every Wu-Tang studio albums and had five songwriting credits on the group’s most recent album, 2014’s A Better Tomorrow.