Wiz Khalifa is suing his former manager Benjy Gringberg, along with Rostrum Records, in the hope of being released from the 360-deal he signed to when he was 16. Under the California Labor Code, Wiz is aiming to terminate the 2004 agreement, as it allows artists to void contracted terms seven years after they deals are made. Wiz is claiming that both Benjy and Rostrum acted as "faithless fiduciaries in direct contravention of their obligations to him." He's seeking $1 million in damages.

"An artist’s most trusted advisor is his or her personal manager," his attorney Alex Weingarten said in a statement. "Generally, nothing good comes out when the manager decides to go into business against his artist. Unfortunately, that is the case here."