Lil Durk may have been double-dealing.
Exceed Talent Capital is suing Smurk for fraud, claiming he granted song rights to multiple companies.
Exceed argues that they paid Durk $450,000 for the rights to his track "Bedtime" only to find that Alamo already owned them.
Then Smurk ignored them when they asked for a refund.
They are seeking $ 12 million in damages.
Durk's team has not commented on the case.