David Banner Dismisses Quincy Jones Rumours
He won't be suing the legendary producer
The rapper co-wrote Lil Wayne's La La and P**sy Monster tracks, while Harrison helped to pen the Grammy-winning hit Lollipop - all of which are featured in the movie, which was distributed by Jones' QD3 Entertainment firm.
Rumours claim that Banner and Harrison were seeking up to $150,000 (£100,000) for each track, but the hip-hop star has admitted that there isn’t going to be any court case or legal dealings against Quincy.
David Banner told XXLMag.com: "Me and Quincy talked three days ago. Quincy's my homie, Wayne is my homie, whatever's going on between them, I don't know what that is, but they are both very close friends of mine. And that (lawsuit) is not true, at all."
Harrison is currently in a court battle with Lil Wayne (yes, whilst he remains behind bars). He's suing the Lollipop hit-maker over unpaid royalties from his track Mrs. Officer.