Mobb Deep‘s Havoc and late group member Prodigy are getting hit pretty hard. The hip-hop veterans’ former manager reportedly wants at least $500,000 from the pair.

According to a report, Mobb Deep’s ex-management believes they owe the hefty bucks for nearly 10 years of expenses.

Buck 50 Productions says they managed the careers of Prodigy and Havoc from 2010 until Prodigy’s death last summer — and over that period the rappers racked up a serious tab. In the suit, Buck 50 says their team booked touring, recording and endorsement deals. They also paid advances to Mobb Deep … for which Buck 50 was never reimbursed, they say. Total cost for services rendered, according to the suit — at least $500,000. (TMZ)

Last month, Havoc promised to put out a new Mobb Deep album before 2019.

“The way that I’m reflecting on it is trying to keep the legacy alive. We deserve that and I’m actually currently working on the new album in conjunction with the family before the end of the year.”


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Recently, late Mobb Deep member Prodigy and Sean Price‘s “3 Lyrical Ps” video premiered online.