Lil Wayne's camp ask some more time to turn over the documents demanded by Karma-Ann Swanepoel's lawyers following the court battle over copyright infringement allegedly done by Wayne.
Following the legal document filed last May over Lil Wayne allegedly taking an illegal sample from Karma-Ann Swanepoel's song "Once" for his single "I Feel Like Dying", lawyers for Swanepoel continue seeking for compensation. This time, they demand the rapper to turn in documents that would reveal the total income generated by his track.
In return to the request from Swanepoel's camp, Wayne's attorneys have filed papers asking judge to postpone the deadline for the demanding document and other material until Friday, December 19. It is still unclear whether the extension is yet to be granted.
Lil Wayne led 51st Annual Grammy Awards with eight nominations. He was among the contenders of "Album of the Year", "Best Rap Solo Performance", "Best Rap/Sung Collaboration", "Best Rap Album", "Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group" and "Best Rap Song". In the two latest counts, he received two nominations each.