Florida rapper Lil Pump is catching heat for allegedly getting involved in a nasty hit and run accident. New reports claim a man is going at Pump's pockets for injuries, pain, suffering and medical bills related to an fall 2017 incident.
According to reports, Pump's crew crashed into him last October and ultimately left the crime scene.
According to the docs ... the man was pulled from his car by Pump and his guys and left in the road - despite being badly injured and unconscious. Instead of making sure he was okay, the man claims Pump's crew grabbed a large duffel bag from the Bentley's trunk and took off ... leaving the car behind, too. (TMZ)
LP recently made headlines for allegedly signing a deal with Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane.
A couple of days ago, reports suggested that Pump has signed with Gucci Mane’s newly established 1017 Eskimo Records after a video of the rapper wearing a “1017” surfaced on social media. Dooney Battle, co-founder of entertainment company Tha Lights Global who is largely responsible for Pump’s success, revealed the news through an Instagram story earlier today (Feb. 9). It’s a video of Lil Pump Facetiming with them and showing off his 1017 chain. “Signing Day, Lil Pump signing day,” Dooney and his friend can be seen shouting out. (Hip Hop N More)
Looks like @lilpump has signed with @laflare1017’s “1017 Eskimo” label. Dooney from Pump’s management has revealed the news. Full story in bio link. . . #lilpump #guccigang #guccimane #hiphop #thalightsglobal #1017 #rap #warnerbros
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In February, reports suggested the Pump bidding war had narrowed down to a few top streaming giants.
Inside sources say that the eight-figure contest for teen rapper Lil Pump is intensifying. These sources tell us that top contenders include UMG, Sony, Live Nation, Spotify and Apple, and that WMG is not in the pole position. The "Gucci Gang" breakout is repped by Tha Lights Global. (HITS Daily Double)
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