West Coast rapper G-Eazy‘s business partner Stillhouse is taking legal action against alcoholic beverage giant Bacardi. According to a new press release, Stillhouse CEO Brad Beckerman sued Bacardi and other companies for $100 million for extortion, fraud, financial malfeasance and more.

According to the press release, legal action went down this week against the iconic alcohol brand.

Over the past few months, G-Eazy has flexed his support and partnership with Beckerman’s Stillhouse.

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Back in October, G-Eazy shouted out Beckerman and stressed how much of a positive impact he’s had on him.

Last year, Gerald credited Stillhouse for helping him break into the alcoholic beverage industry.