Even when DMX isn't in trouble himself, it seems his name can't escape being attached to negative news. According to AllHipHop.com, Seven Arts Entertainment has filed a suit against In The Zone Entertainment's Craig Sussman and Charles Gullo in a lawsuit that claims that Seven Arts has the distribution rights to the Yonker rapper's latest release, Undisputed, and the two men are attempting to interfere. In addition, the report says their company never paid roughly $500,000 they are said to have owed regarding the rights to the album. Seven Arts is seeking $6 million.

"DMX is the original real deal," David Michery, CEO of Seven Arts, said earlier this year in a statement. "Between his new album, VH1 show and upcoming appearances, DMX is the comeback king."

X's seventh album sold 17,000 units in its first week after its September 11 release, good enough to debut at No. 19 on the Billboard 200. —Adam Fleischer (@AdamXXL)