Remy Ma victim sues label 


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    Remy Ma’s shooting victim is taking up her beef with the rapper’s label, Universal Music Group, once again.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Remy Ma’s shooting victim is taking up her beef with the rapper’s label, Universal Music Group, once again.
     
    AllHipHop.com reports that Makeda Barnes-Joseph has filed appeal in her 2008 suit against Universal Music Group. 


     
    Makeda sought millions of dollars from the label after Remy, a former friend, shot her in the stomach back in 2007 during an argument over money.  She argued that UMG backed Remy’s behavior by letting her put violent lyrics in her music and keeping her on the label during an investigation into the shooting. The case was dismissed in April 2009.
     
    Lauren Raysor, Makeda’s lawyer, filed to appeal last year’s dismissal in February, contending that Makeda’s case didn’t get due process. “The court either disregarded or misunderstood the employment status of Remy Smith, aka ‘Remy Ma,’ with Universal Music Group at the time of the shooting,” court documents state. 

     
    Opening arguments in the new case were heard last week. There’s no word on whether Remy will testify this time. She is currently serving an 8-year sentence as a result of the shooting.

     

     

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