Singer Cupid has been hit with a lawsuit over allegations he has failed to pay commissions to his management company.
The Cupid Shuffle star is being sued by bosses at Brick Wall Management, who filed a federal suit in New York claiming they are owed at least $100,000 (£66,700).
In the documents, the management executives claim Cupid, real name Bryson Bernard, signed a management deal, in which he agreed to pay commission to Brick Wall for 15 years.
The company alleges that he failed to live up to the deal.
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