There are three major things that can come between friends...money, religion, and women. According to TMZ, former Remy Boyz member, P-Dice is suing Fetty Wap for a whooping $7 million dollars in damages. Dice claims his contribution to Fetty Wap's hit song, 679 was one of the elements that led to the success of the song and eventually to the success of Fetty Wap's self titled album which has gone on to sell over a million copies so far.
The original version of the song had P-Dice on it (along with Monty and Fetty Wap), and P-Dice was also in the video of the song. But later on, when Dice and Fetty Wap had a falling out, Fetty decided to remove P-Dice's verse from the version of the song that made it on his album, thereby cutting off Dice from receiving the percentage of royalties the two had verbally agreed on.
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"Fetty Wap ruthlessly cut the lyrics written by a former Remy Boyz member for his mega hit "679" and cheated him out of major cash ... so claims Fetty's ex-homie.
Rapper P-Dice says he helped write the multi-platinum song, and Fetty cut a deal to give him 16.9% of the profits off the track, but in a lawsuit PD says he was scrubbed from the song to avoid the payout.
According to the docs, Fetty verbally agreed to give P-Dice writing credit -- but after they finished recording, Fetty deleted his entire performance and reduced his share of the profits to 5%.
P-Dice -- who appears prominently in the "679" music video -- says the edited version ended up on Fetty's album which debuted No. 1 on Billboard. The music vid alone has topped 238 million views.
P-Dice is suing for damages in excess of $7 million. We reached out to Fetty, so far no word back." (TMZ.com)