We learned earlier this month that Jas Prince is suing Birdman and Cash Money for the royalties he believes are owed him for bringing the label Drake.
The son of Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince was sounding confident about the lawsuit when TMZ caught up with him outside of a Los Angeles restaurant.
He told the cameraman that Baby would not be getting any more "courtesy calls" from his dad -- like the one which announced to the world that the Princes were coming after Cash Money -- and that instead it's time for the lawyers to do their work.
He also said Birdman isn't ignoring his lawsuit, like Baby apparently is the one brought against him by former Hot Boy Turk.
"Turk is no Prince," Jas explained.
As for how much money Jas thinks he's owed? The cameraman threw out $2 million, but Jas said it was more than that. "I want everything that's owed," he said.
No matter what he gets, Prince's lawsuit may force Birdman to open up his books. Which would possibly make it easier for Turk, Lil Wayne (and maybe Drake) to get what's theirs.
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