Jeezy has found himself in a bit of legal trouble for copyright infringement. The rapper was sued for allegedly stealing "I Ball, I Stunt" featuring Scrilla from his 2011 mixtape The Real Is Back.
According to court documents attained by TMZ, Jeezy has lost the lawsuit and is required to pay Edaz Redden to the sum of $111,347.29. Redden sued Jeezy for the copyright issue back in 2015. The artist claimed that he gave the track with the same title as a demo to a producer. Redden says he later heard the same chorus and composition on the Jeezy record.
Jeezy claimed that he was never adequately served in the lawsuit. However, the judge still ordered him to pay Redden after entering a default judgment in the plaintiff's favor.
Despite the legal woe, Jeezy is set to release his ninth and final album TM104 in the coming future. He made the announcement in March on his Twitter account, writing: "As the Cold Summer tour comes to an end.. It was inspiring seeing my day one fans since my first album & class TM 101 come out every night. Now class is coming to a end. It's time for Graduation! My Last Album & Final Class: TM104 -#TrustYaProcess."
Jeezy made his official debut in the rap game with the release of Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 in 2005.