Rick Ross Sued by Manager for $1 Million
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Rick Ross’s manager, Kevon Glickman, is suing the Miami rapper. Glickman says Ross owes him approximately $1 million for his services, which included arranging the deal for his album, Port of Miami, with Slip-N-Slide/Island Def Jam/Universal Records. The suit was filed Tuesday (April 10) in a Philadelphia federal court. According to the report filed, Glickman claims Rick Ross was only making about $5,000 a year when he started to work with him. But after the success of his hit single, “Everyday I’m Hustlin,” Ross started to cut Glickman off. The suit also states Ross was physical and mentally intimidating Glickman.