Bus driver sues Warner Bros, NBC, and others over 2Pac’s “Dear Mama” writing rights

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Bus driver Terence Thomas, also known as DJ Master Tee, has filed a lawsuit in New York against major corporations such as Warner Brothers, NBC, Fox, Hulu, and Disney.

Thomas claims he was denied royalties for co-writing 2Pac’s “Dear Mama.” He alleges a conspiracy involving producer Tony Pizarro and Universal Music Group to withhold his rightful earnings.

Thomas seeks unspecified damages and a jury trial, extending the lawsuit to production companies responsible for the documentary “Dear Mama.”

The series, exploring the relationship between 2Pac and his mother Afeni Shakur, achieved record-breaking viewership on FX.

Allen Hughes directed the documentary, shedding light on Tupac’s life and legacy through the lens of his influential mother.

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