Thug agreed to record a verse for the winner of a promotional contest but never delivered.
Young Thug had an agreement in place with hip hop merchandiser WeThePlugg.com in which he would add a verse to a song by the would-be winner of one of their promotional contests. Thug was given a $5,000 down payment and another $10,000 upon recording the collaboration. Only thing: he never recorded the collaboration. Now, according to TMZ, WeThePlugg is suing the 23-year-old rapper for $14,500 in damages.
Under the rules of the contest (see below), the contest winner would be determined by the song that racked up the most Instagram hashtags. The entry fee was $100. A feature from Young Thug on the right song would (theoretically) have the potential to give an aspiring rapper the big break they were always looking for. The contest ended in December... still no verse from Thugger.