@Drake Ex-Girl Suing Him Ova #MarvinsRoom

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                               So Drake ex finally has a name, I was getting tired of her getting reffered to as that girl or drakes ex (Like I haphazardly the title of my story) but I try to short format my titles, because that takes up retweet space when your trying to get the word out. Anywho.. So her name is Ericka Lee and she want her guap.  Just like his most recognizable hook on the song She's singing "Im just saying you do betterrr" yea "With Dat Cheddar".. #FacedAzz. 

So supposedly she has something to do with the making of Marvins Room, and I dont know if this question has been asked before. But who the hell is Marvin? What does his room have to do with anything in the song..I dont watch music videos like that but I just realized there was even a video to this song.  So I'm going to check it out, come back and update you on the answer that I came up with, later in the post. She's the who there the voice on the other end of the phone. 

 She says she has texts from Drake to Collaborate the fact they collobrated to begin with and how he owes her a certain 5% of the proceeds which I dont understand how that would be such a big deal.  5% if thats all I owed somebody off a million or more I made I'd Happily give it to them, and even more off top for the song being as succesful as it been. Everytime I've told someone this story in person today and said she's suing him over the "Marvins Room" song and they go what, and I sing it to them and they go "ohhhh yeaa that song", "I know what you talking about!". Im just saying you can do better. "Tell me have you heard that lately?" Come on Drake lets mend broken fences, who's to say just because you two cant be together as couple you cant work as a bad ass writting combo, because that is my Jam...Im just saying. Come on now.
                                                               Drake-"Marvin's Room"
The HollyWood Reporter Reports:

Last year, Drake allegedly agreed to work with Lee on "Marvin's Room" and split the proceeds. Lee says she was asked to record the song's "hook" as well as the opening monologue that would serve as the thematic framework for a song about Drake's yearning for an ex-girlfriend and how his fame interfered with his love life. "Plaintiff's contribution is highly significant to the overall work," says the complaint.
Drake supposedly acknowledged Lee's contributions in text messages sent to her. One read, "U basically made that song." Another read, "It's s--t without you."
Drake purportedly gave Lee credit as a "vocalist" on the song as "Syren Lyric Muse." Additionally, the parties are said to have registered the sound recording at the U.S. Copyright Office. On July 11, Lee made a claim there, saying, "My works and voice are used on this work." About six weeks later, Drake's label, Cash Money Records made its own claim, saying that the song author was an "employer for hire."
Lee reports that after the song was released, their relationship ended and got ugly fast. The two discussed meeting in Los Angeles, but it never happened. According to the complaint, Drake later sent a text message to Lee that offered her 2 percent of "publishing royalties."
By November, Lee hired a lawyer, which allegedly caused Drake to make threatening phone calls. "What the f--- is your problem?" he said to her, according to the complaint, then offering her "4-5%" of publishing monies plus a $50,000 payout to go away.
Instead, Lee has filed a lawsuit over "Marvin's Room," which has been viewed more than 39 million times on YouTube. She demands a judge declare her as co-writer of the song. She's also seeking damages and disgorgement of profits on allegations of breach of fiduciary duties and unjust enrichment. Lee is represented by Neville Johnson, who previously filed a lawsuit against Drake on behalf of Playboy Enterprises for sampling an unauthorized sound recording it owned on "Best I Ever Had."
Drake's reps gave us this comment:
"This claim is entirely without merit and our client has not engaged in any wrongful conduct. Ericka Lee consented to the use of her voice in the song 'Marvin’s Room' prior to its release. Lee asked only for the credit she received as 'Syren Lyric Muse,' and she did not ask for any compensation. It was only after she retained a lawyer that there was a demand for payment. Drake tried for months to resolve the matter amicably, and he now looks forward to being vindicated in court