According to a new lawsuit, Rihanna would be millions richer if not for some allegedly shady, reportedly money-mismanaging accountants.
Berdon LLP and two specific former employees are being accused of failing to "maximize her personal net worth and long term wealth" between 2005 and 2010.
The firm took home 23 percent of Rihanna's tour grosses while the singer netted just 6 percent.
Of course it was Jay-Z who signed her back in 2005 when he was president of Def Jam but her management was handled by Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers who gained fame by writing a bunch of hits for Christina Aguilera.
Don't know if they were named in the lawsuit but one thing is obvious. All those rich guys who made millions off of Rihanna are not exactly looking out for her financial well being.
But ain't nothing new about that.