doesnt mean g-unot t shirts or mixtapes cant still be sold? how many bootlegs u see on the streets?
those if u see the police 'warn-a-brother' t shirts were illegal and breaching copyrights, but they were still getting sold.
all this means is game n them wont be able to put anything out officially with the name g-unot on it.
well...he can still sell it if he wants too, but then he's gonna have to break bread anyway, prolly a 100% or go to court...so now he has no ammmo lol, and fif doesnt want to end his career...he wants him to thrive, because he's getting about 25% of all sales, dre gets 25% (same deal dre and em had with 50) and the other 50% is split, most likely unevenly amongst the lable and the artist...game prolly sees about 10% of his profits in hand, if even in that...there are so many people with their hands in his pockets, and he's still not recouped for the documentary...one of the highest album production costs in the last 5 years and he's still in the red...thats why he said he's only coming out with one more album, he cant afford anymore...lmao, and thats if interscope lets his 3rd joint drop any time soon