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Slim Wins $100K Default Judgment Against Former 112 Members Q. Parker & Daron Jones



It’s all peaches and cream until it gets real. Slim who is part of the iconic R&B group 112 has won a lawsuit that was filed in 2018. The group broke up in that same year and slim filed a lawsuit over the use of the 112 name. We are happy to announce that Slim was awarded $100K. Slim’s attorney took to the gram to announce the victory.

Congrats to our client @officialslim_ and his company M3 Productions Inc. He is the owner of the “112” name and repeatedly asked others not to use the name illegally.  After filing a federal action about two years ago, today a Federal Court ruled in Slim’s favor and awarded $100k in damages. 

The judge also banned the Defendants from using the “112” mark in any advertisements, marketing, promotions, concert appearances on social media anywhere or passing themselves off as “112” or having their agents use the mark illegally.

Very happy for you my friend and thankful to the whole team of staff and lawyers who assisted including Willard Stanback, Stephen Katz, and Demi Willis, among others.

Slims response:

Slim comment on default judgment against Daron Jones and Q Parker

Taking over Twitter as VH1iNFO was the start of my career. After gaining over 27,000 followers, I got into podcasting. Using Blogtalk Radio as a platform. I created "Have a Seat Radio" and it took off from there. Have a Seat radio had over 100K listeners across the board? Interviewed Reality Stars, Musicians, Professional backup dancers. I was joined by Jeff Lewis who is the CEO of and Tori Bleu who was a local Atlanta artist and well connected to the industry. Our show went viral several times and ended up on,, And plenty of huge websites. Hip Hop Weekly Magazine eventually came to us for an interview and featured us in one of their magazine issues.

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