5 Five Music Group’s Pappy, a few weeks ago, accused beatmaker Apiatus of uploading his music online and pocketing the proceeds without the consent of 5 Five or Bullhouse.
Bullgod jumped in to confirm Papi’s allegations while demanding his share from the beatmaker during the recording of the songs in dispute.
According to him, after an audit of the records, some discrepancies were found in the account books of Appiatus, over a period of about two or three years.
“A store, like on Spotify, where a song has about a million streams that lists between $4,000 and $5,000 and has over thirty stores” Bulgod lamented.
He intends to withdraw his money and accrued interest from Appiatus as he has been ‘suffering’ for nearly 10 years.
He said that he has prepared all ways to resolve the issue amicably, adding that going to court is the only way.
“We will go to court because at this point, there is nothing left to settle. That relationship was cut short when they started doing things off script.
“At this point, I haven’t spoken to him again, and I don’t think I’ll call him again because the last time we tried to speak publicly, he insulted me.”
“This issue is on my desk since June 29 last year,” he said.