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Jeweler Takes Rapper T.I. to Court for $750,000

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Rapper calls the lawsuit “BS.”

Hip-hop recording artist T.I. is being sued by Atlanta jeweler Aydin & Co., who alleges that the rapper owes a heaping sum in unpaid jewelry bills, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution reports. According to court documents cited by the newspaper, T.I. made intermittent payments between 2004 and 2014, but the jeweler claims he still has a ways to go. The lawsuit seeks more than $750,000, which includes the unpaid balance, interest, collections cost and legal fees, the report adds.

For his part, T.I. reportedly told TMZ that “the lawsuit is BS.”

Read more at The Atlanta-Journal Constitution

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