Earlier this month, T-Pain filed a $1 million lawsuit against his former manager for allegedly cheating him out of money and now the management company is hitting him back.

In a new report provided by The Blast yesterday (December 17), its revealed that Chase Entertainment has filed a $1 million counter-suit against the singer after he allegedly refused to pay them the rightful share of his commissions. “In a futile effort to come up with a negotiating strategy to help T-Pain leverage his way out of his irrefutable obligation to pay Chase post-termination management commissions, believed to be in excess of $1 million, T-Pain finds himself reduced to fabricating absurd and baseless claims against his former manager,” reads the court docs Chase Entertainment filed. “Despite repeated demands by Chase, T-Pain has refused to account or pay Chase for their rightful share of commissions.”

Diving further into the claim, Chase Entertainment says they played a significant part in helping the Everything Must Go Vol. 1 artist throughout the years to generate millions, but T-Pain wasted it. “Sadly much of that money was squandered by T-Pain, despite Chase’s entreaties to T-Pain over the years that he control his profligate spending habits,” says Chase Entertainment. Chase’s deal with T-Pain states that once terminated, they would collect funds for the next five years. The former management company says they are owed publishing royalties with Universal Music, a five-album deal with RCA, $2 million advance paid to by Universal, digital royalties and many other deals.