Birdman May Sue Tyga For Tanking 'The Gold Album'

By HHL Editors

Tyga's The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty only moved 2200 copies in its opening week.

T-Raww claims it was because he encouraged his fans to listen to it on free streaming services like Spotify.

While we dismissed that as an excuse one makes when he's in the news almost every day but his album still goes wood, Tyga's label boss Birdman thinks there is something to it.

According to TMZ's sources, Baby believes that Tyga pulled this "childish stunt" to get out of his Cash Money/Young Money deal and then sign with Lil Wayne, wherever he ends up.

For this reason, Birdman isn't going to count The Gold Album against Tyga's contract, meaning he still owes Baby another LP.

TMZ also says Birdman is prepared to go to court if Tyga tries to sign elsewhere.

Perhaps it was this alleged collusion between Tyga and Lil Wayne that had Baby acting so salty toward his former son last night.

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