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Rapper Lil Wayne of Young Money accepts Best Group onstage during the BET AWARDS ’14 at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on June 29, 2014. (Kevin Winter/Getty Images for BET)

Lil Wayne and his artists could lose their online home if his company doesn’t pay thousands, according to a lawsuit.

Before there was Young Money there was something called youngmoney.com — a business specializing in helping young entrepreneurs manage and make money for more than a decade, TMZ reports.

The company who owned that website sold it to Wayne’s Young Money label in 2011 for $600,000. But it turns out Wayne’s company is not paying their bills.

The suit claims that Wayne’s company still owns $250 and is blatantly blowing off its obligations.

The seller is suing to get its domain name back.

to a website who originally owned the domain rights to youngmoney.com

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