Lil Peep’s mum has claimed that she is owed $4 million from his record label and that they are refusing to pay.
Liza Womack, the mother of Lil Peep, has claimed that his record label First Access Entertainment is withholding $4 million worth of royalties from his estate.
She added that the label had admitted that the money is owed, but are refusing to pay out.
Peep, whose real name is Gustav Elijah Åhr, died in 2017 from an accidental drug overdose whilst on his tour bus in Tucson, Arizona.
Womack filed a lawsuit against Peep’s record label in 2019, claiming wrongful death, negligence and breach of contract.
The suit also claimed that the rapper reportedly told his label in the weeks before his death that he was feeling anxious, stressed and exhausted from touring.
Womack, claims that these suppose ‘cries for help’ from her son where ignored by the label, who instead continued to push him out on stage.
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