Wiz Khalifa: 'Donald Trump has been teaching me how to sue people'
Rapper Wiz Khalifa has revealed that he's been taking financial and legal advice from tycoon, Donald Trump.
The star recently filed a lawsuit against concert promoters It's My Party, Inc after a concert of his was axed in Washington D.C. and he explained to Esquire magazine that he decided to take lessons from someone who really knows how to handle himself in the business world:
"Right now, I'm learning to sue people and get my money. After talking to people who work for Donald Trump - smart, successful people - I've realised I gotta go after all that. That's what I'm going to do that I didn't last year."
Back in 2012, Khalifa was named in a plagiarism case and sued for $2.3 million over allegations that he stole 'Black and Yellow' from a Pittsburgh man named Max Warren, who had a track called 'Pink N Yellow', which he copyrighted years before in 2008.
Watch his music video for 'Let It Go' here:
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