Da Brat still owes a cheerleader $6.4 million for a nightclub assault and now the woman is on the hunt to seize all money the rapper made for appearing in the play "Set it Off."
The rapper was sued by a former NFL cheerleader, Shayla Stevens, over a 2007 nightclub attack where Da Brat hit her in the face with a rum bottle. A jury found the rapper liable and awarded Stevens a total of $6.4 million.
Earlier this year, the rapper starred in a theatrical adaptation of the 1996 film "Set it Off," starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Vivica A. Fox. The show ran from March to May in Atlanta and has since played in various cities.
Da Brat played the role of Cleo, made famous in the film by Latifah.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Stevens fired off a subpoena to Ticketmaster, who sold tickets to the play, demanding they turn over all contracts with Da Brat and information about her salary.
Ticketmaster says the rapper was not their employee and claims to not owe her a dime. They pleaded with the court to not allow Stevens to drag them into the battle.
The judge has yet to make a decision.