WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A judge says the money Rapper Yo Gotti owes to Winston-Salem artist Lamont Fletcher and his manager is past due. 

According to a Forsyth County Civil Superior Court document, Judge L. Todd Burke ordered officials to seize Yo Gotti's cars and property. 

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Fletcher says Yo Gotti stole one of his verses from a song they wrote together, then used it in another song without paying him. 

Fletcher and his manager then sued Yo Gotti for $6.6 million and won. 

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Earlier this week, Yo Gotti tried to get the lawsuit thrown out, arguing that a deputy never served him with the paperwork. 

The judge found that the rapper was legally served and must pay up.