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While Christopher Wallace, aka Biggie Smalls, aka Notorious B.I.G., left this earth over a decade ago, the problems he rapped about that came along with money continue to haunt his estate.

According to Hip Hop Wired, as of Tuesday February 24, 2010, the law offices of Lowe Law, P.C., in Los Angeles, have moved forward with a lawsuit against Faith Evans, RocDarling, and the Estate of Christopher “Notorious B.I.G” Wallace, with claims of “Breach of Contract” by their clients Kaushi Entertainment LLC and Dro-Entertainment Inc.

The lawsuit seeks over a million dollars and punitive damages.

In the complaint filed yesterday by Lowe Law, Kaushi and Dro-Entertainment claim that en-route to producing a documentary on the late great Notorious B.I.G, defendant RocDarling failed to comply with a written agreement made with the companies, in which RocDarling was to provide footage of the late MC for their respective projects.

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