P. Diddy Legal Dispute with Columbia Pictures



Columbia Pictures filed in a $1.6 million lawsuit against P. Diddy for not completing their Bad Boy agreement

Rapper Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs faces a $1.6 million lawsuit filed by Columbia Pictures, the studio behind the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence movie, for not fulfilling the agreement they signed over the Bad Boy film's soundtrack, which includes such hits as "Shake Ya Tail Feather." Previously, Columbia Pictures teamed up with Combs' Bad Boy Entertainment to produce the film soundtrack, in which Bad Boy had agreed to share a certain percentage of costs and profits. Yet, the suit mentions Combs' company has not held up its end of the bargain.

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