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Lil Peep’s mom says label owes her $ 4 million


Lil Peep’s estate owed $ 4 million

It’s been three years since Lil Peep died of an accidental drug overdose at the age of 21. Unfortunately, his mother is currently having legal problems seeking justice for her son.

Lil Peep was a rapper who started his career through SoundCloud and found his way to the mainstream scene with his dark rock and hip-hop styles. Peep’s mother, Liza Womack, claims that the record company to which Lil Peep belonged owes her money. To be exact, they refuse to pay his estate the sum of $ 4 million.

In a report published by Rolling Stone. The late rapper’s label First Access Entertainment (FAE) wants to prevent his wrongful death trial as well as a commercial lawsuit. It is evident that the CEO cut the royalties owed to him on behalf of his son’s estate.

Old label denies allegations

The label continues to deny Womack’s accusations and label attorney John W. Amberg said the allegations were “just plain bogus.”

She bluntly accuses the company of being responsible for the death of the singer of Castles II. Also, exploiting him while increasing his celebrity status. During this time he was showing signs of “stress, of being overwhelmed, exhausted, exhausted and looking physically ill.”

In a statement, she also mentions that the label ignored those calls for help and instead pushed him to perform, inflated him with illegal drugs and non-prescribed controlled substances. Citing an incident while on a tour of London, his management offered him a bottle of pills which also allegedly supplied him with Xanax, ketamine and other drugs.

The declining health of Lil Peep’s mother

Since the wrongful trial, Womack’s health has steadily deteriorated. During the legal proceedings, the matriarch suffered two strokes. In May 2021, she told Pitchfork that she was not going to die until this matter was settled.

” I will live. I have a mission “.


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