*Lil Wayne is facing further legal action over royalties for his song ‘Lollipop’.
Little-known rapper Rirahn Gilliams is claiming that his track “Grindin’ Like A Goon,” which was distributed to record label executives in 2007, was the inspiration behind Wayne’s Grammy-winning track “Lollipop.”
According to AllHipHop.com, Gilliams filed a lawsuit against Wayne, writer Rez Zamour and producers Darius Harrison and Jim Jonsin, claiming they used parts of his song for “Lollipop” without his consent.
The rapper is demanding an injunction to block further sales of “Lollipop,” it’s album “Tha Carter III,” as well as damages and lost profits.
The suit comes a month after Jonsin took sued Wayne alleging he is yet to receive payments for his work on “Lollipop.” Harrison also recently filed a suit against Wayne for unpaid royalties on his 2008 single “Mrs. Officer.”
Lil Wayne is currently serving a year-long jail term after pleading guilty to 2007 gun possession charges.