Lil Peep's Mother Accuses Label Of Failing to Pay $4 Million Owed To Estate: Report
Since his death in 2017, Lil Peep’s loved ones, as well as his fans, have been honoring his legacy. Whether it is with posthumous work or charitable efforts, the rising rapper’s name has continued to flourish. Yet, there are still controversies that plague him, including a pending lawsuit over a track and now, his mother has come forward with complaints about his record label.
Rolling Stone reports that Peep’s mother Liza Womack has made claims about First Access Entertainment, alleging that they have been refusing to cough up $4 million reportedly “owed to his estate.”