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Billionaire rapper The Kid Laroi is sued by his former manager

Billionaire rapper The Kid Laroi is being sued by a former manager who “claims breach of contract and loss of income”

Kid Laroi faces a lawsuit.

The 18-year-old billionaire rapper, whose real name is Charlton Kenneth Jeffrey Howard, is being sued by a former manager, according to The daily telegraph.

On Friday, Daniel ‘Zig’ Annor, managing director of ART Management Group, filed lawsuits in the Supreme Court against the artist, alleging ‘breach of contract and loss of income’ in court documents.

Legal troubles: The Kid Laroi is facing a lawsuit.  The 18-year-old billionaire rapper, whose real name is Charlton Kenneth Jeffrey Howard, is being sued by a former manager, according to The Daily Telegraph.  In the photo with his girlfriend Katarina Deme

Legal troubles: The Kid Laroi is facing a lawsuit. The 18-year-old billionaire rapper, whose real name is Charlton Kenneth Jeffrey Howard, is being sued by a former manager, according to The Daily Telegraph. In the photo with his girlfriend Katarina Deme

The Daily Telegraph reports that Annor is also seeking damages from The Kid Laroi’s mother, Sloane Marie Howard.

Annor further claims that his management of Laroi was terminated “just days before Laroi signed a deal with global music giant Sony,” according to court documents.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted The Kid Laroi for comment.

Claims: On Friday, Daniel 'Zig' Annor, managing director of ART Management Group, filed lawsuits in the Supreme Court against the artist, alleging 'breach of contract and loss of income' in court documents.

Claims: On Friday, Daniel ‘Zig’ Annor, managing director of ART Management Group, filed lawsuits in the Supreme Court against the artist, alleging ‘breach of contract and loss of income’ in court documents.

Kid Laroi sparked controversy on Friday when he brought Sydney hip hop group ONEFOUR onstage at his show in Sydney, for their first performance on a proper stage since 2019.

OneFour performed their collaboration with Laroi called My City, on his End of the World show, before performing their hits Shanks and Shivs and Spot the Difference.

Artists of drill rap, a genre defined by themes of violence, murder and death, made headlines in 2019 after police shut down their national tour due to security concerns.

Controversial group: The Kid Laroi sparked controversy on Friday, when he brought Sydney hip hop group ONEFOUR onstage at his Sydney show (pictured), for their first performance on a proper stage since 2019

Controversial group: The Kid Laroi sparked controversy on Friday, when he brought Sydney hip hop group ONEFOUR onstage at his Sydney show (pictured), for their first performance on a proper stage since 2019

Like the locals!  Despite his star status, the artist, who has had a number one hit with his song Stay, a collaboration with Justin Bieber, mingled with locals at a pub in Sydney's Newtown on Wednesday (pictured)

Like the locals! Despite his star status, the artist, who has had a number one hit with his song Stay, a collaboration with Justin Bieber, mingled with locals at a pub in Sydney’s Newtown on Wednesday (pictured)

Despite his star status, the artist, who has had a number one hit with his song Stay, a collaboration with Justin Bieber, mingled with locals at a pub in Sydney’s Newtown on Wednesday.

The teenager, who is in Australia for a stadium tour and to launch a collaboration with McDonald’s, was photographed playing slot machines and drinking Corona beer.

Laroi brought his End of the World Tour to Australia and teamed up with McDonald’s to release a limited edition meal.

It took the stage at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on Thursday, with a second show being added on Friday due to overwhelming demand.

In demand: Laroi brought his End of the World Tour to Australia and teamed up with McDonald's to launch a limited-edition meal.

In demand: Laroi brought his End of the World Tour to Australia and teamed up with McDonald’s to launch a limited-edition meal.

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