Monogram, the weed company owned by Jay-Z, is being sued on numerous fronts. The business reportedly engaged in gender discrimination, filed false financial reports, and illegal marijuana shipping from California to New York.

The accusations were made in February via the aforementioned lawsuit, which was filed by Cathi Clay, a former vice president of The Parent Company (TPCO), which holds Monogram. When Clay reported money irregularities and violations of state cannabis laws, Monogram allegedly treated her unfairly because of her gender and then retaliated against her. According to SFGATE, TPCO contends that the lawsuit’s accusations are untrue.

Securities and Exchange Commission financial records state that TPCO is in charge of producing cannabis products, that it owns 11 cannabis locations in California, and that it employs over 650 people. Hov holds the position of TPCO’s chief creative officer as a result of his affiliation with Roc Nation through Monogram. An email from a company representative to SFGATE stated, “The company does not remark on active litigation and intends to defend itself strongly against the false accusations.

In 2023, Jay-Z has fought in a number of legal fights. Hov and Bacardi were able to come to an agreement regarding his D’USSE trademark in February. After the businesses were able to rekindle their alliance, Bacardi bought the bulk of the multi-billion dollar company.

The 4:44 singer said in a statement that it has been a blessing to watch D’USSÉ develop over the past ten years from a concept to one of the fastest-selling spirits in history. “The following stage of this voyage will strengthen D’USSÉ’s reputation as one of the most prestigious brands in the world. I’m thrilled to continue our relationship with Bacardi.


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