Lil Wayne and Drake Fight $400,000 Lawsuit over Alleged No-Show

Lil Wayne and Drake Fight $400,000 Lawsuit over Alleged No-Show
That Lil Wayne and Drake collaborative LP may still be on the back burner, but the Young Money members are getting together to fight a pricey lawsuit accusing the pair of pulling a no-show at a Las Vegas nightclub last year.

The hip-hop stars are battling a judge's orders to pay $432,337.50 to Imperial Entertainment Group, who alleged Weezy and Drizzy backed out of an event they had scheduled. According to legal documents obtained by TMZ, the rappers say they were never told about the performance, nor did they sign any contracts with IEG, so they're hoping the decision will be overturned.

It's also alleged by Lil Wayne and Drake that IEG used a third party, Melanzh Enterprises, which had no authority to book the duo. It's unclear if and when the appeal will bring the case back to the courtroom.