Ice Cube & Big 3 Suing Their Own Investment Group For 1.2 BILLION DOLLARS ?!?!

Ice Cube and his partner are now going after a group of Qatari investors to the sum of $1.2 billion. In a report obtained by TMZ, the Qatari Investment Authority had agreed to invest $5 million into the league and become passive investors. However, things turned sour as they “quickly started to insinuate themselves into the affairs of BIG3 despite failing to live up to even their most basic obligation to fully fund their investment.” Following several requests to be compensated as they had promised, one member of the investment group threatened Kwatinetz’ life, saying, “You don’t know who I know in L.A. and what they’re capable of. You should think of your safety and the safety of you and your family.”

Ice Cube and Kwatinetz are suing for $1.2 billion in damages for complaints including defamation

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