Kanye West and Dame Dash have been spending more time together lately; unfortunately for them, it seems they might be spending even more around lawyers and judges. According to a TMZ report, the pair are being sued by a Latin music duo based in New York who allege that West and Dash's film, Loisaidas, infringes on and devalues their name. Michael Medina, one of the group's members, claims that the film tarnishes his musical brand because it features violence and drug dealing.

Kanye and Dame first became acquainted around the turn of the century, when the former was an up-and-coming producer hoping to place beats on Roc-A-Fella albums. After first working with Beanie Sigel, Kanye eventually scored a spot on Jay Z's The Dynasty: Roc La Familia, and a year later would craft, along with Just Blaze and Bink, Hov's seminal The Blueprint. However, the two split shortly after Kanye's debut solo album, The College Dropout, was released and Roc-A-Fella was split down the middle with Dame and Jay went their separate ways. Earlier this year, Dame presented Kanye at the BET Honors; since then, they have also purchased clothing company Karmaloop.