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Rihanna Sues Former Accountant For Bad Advice, Now He Speaks Out — Tha Wire [VIDEO]

Rihanna is suing her former accountant for mismanagement, citing she lost $9 million because of their “bad advice.”  Paul Gounis says he’s not taking ”no responsibility for how much money was made and/or spent.”

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Rihanna filed a lawsuit against her former accountants at the New York City firm Berdon LLP in 2012.  The Pop Diva claims they’re the reason the IRS audited her, they told her she was nearing bankruptcy, or that her “Last Girl on Earth Tour” was losing money.  Rihanna who’s real name is Robyn Fenty, accuses Paul Gounis’s firm of advising her to buy a mansion for 7.5 million only to find the house was filled with mold, leaks and other major problems.  The songstress claims it was so bad, that she was forced to sell the crib at a $2 million loss.

However, RiRi’s accusations on the Berdon firms alleged financial mismanagement, is now being addressed.  Paul Gounis says no ones to blame but Riahnna herself saying the singer “squandered her own money away.”  Gounis filed some papers of his own Wednesday (March 19), denying the 26-year-old’s claims, firing back saying she squandered $9 million in one year.

Needless to say, Gounis, his partner Michael Mitnick, and his firm have all filed motions to have the trial dismissed. It is currently scheduled for May 12.    Learn more inside Tha Wire below.

In other news, Boondock fans everywhere will be happy to new the Adult Swim cartoon will return for its fourth season.

Adult Swim made the announcement last Friday (March 21st), citing scheduling conflicts.

Adult Swim states that McGruder will not participate in The Boondocks’ upcoming fourth season; this season was produced without the involvement of Aaron McGruder, when a mutually agreeable production schedule could not be determined.

Learn more about the show creator and them some, bellow inside Tha Wire post.

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Finally, our condolences go out to Snoop Lion, his cousin Daz Dillinger an fam.  If you’ve ever been to a Snoop concert, you’ve seen his uncle on stage working it out!

According to Daz their happy go-lucky Uncle June Bug pasted away last Friday (March 21st). The rapper posted a video to his personal Instagram page stating he was going to see his 70 year old “Uncle Jun Bug one last time.”

In spite of his age, Uncle June Bug had been relatively active on social media.  However, his last tweet was on August 27th, 2013.  Get more details now with Tha Wire.

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