Following a press release from Firehouse Music, cautioning Lil Win, CEO of Weezy Empire to hand over ownership rights of his recently released song, “Aseda” to Andy or face the law, Lil Win has expressed his willingness to face the latter in court.
Lil Win has boycotted Andy’s claim to ”Aseda”, daring him to go ahead with the lawsuit.
The musician says he is not fazed by Andy’s threat as he has several lawyers on standby to represent him in court.
“I have three lawyers, If you claim the song is for you, I’m ready to face you in court”, he said.
The “ladder” hit maker challenged Andy to provide evidence that links the ownership rights of the song to him.
“He should bring paperwork which proves that he paid me for the song. I know for a fact that the song is mine”, he told Sammy Flex in an interview.
Lil Win further revealed on Zylofon FM’s Showbiz Agenda, in response to Andy’s allegations that he reached out to Andy for a feature after the latter shared a touching story of his struggles to make fame with him.
“I sympathized with him after he told me how his career has suffered from a bad contract he signed, so I wanted to collaborate with him, now he wants to claim ownership”, he alluded.