After paperwork was submitted on March 12 for Lil Pump to remain on Warner Bros. Records, the rapper’s contract is now signed, sealed and delivered, the Warner Music Group label announced on March 13.
The rapper’s contract with the label came under scrutiny in recent months because it was signed when
Sam Rockwell played “Devil Wears Prada” actor Stanley Tucci and Pete Davidson showed off his hip-hop bona fides in “SNL”’s dead-on parody of Lil Pump’s “Gucci Gang” video called — you guessed it — “Tucci Gang.”
The lyrics include references to his marriage to Felicity Blunt and a comical rundown of
Breakout rapper Lil Pump signed his contract with Warner Bros. Records when he was a minor and is thus open to competing offers, a source close to the situation confirms to Variety. Those offers have gotten as high as $8 million to $12 million, according to reports; the news was