That came through quite clearly in videotape obtained by TMZ of a deposition that occurred in Wayne’s lawsuit against Quincy Jones III, a documentarian who produced a film about Wayne—after getting permission to follow him around for months while he was making “Tha Carter III”—that Wayne didn’t like at all. When Wayne saw the finished product, he called it a “scandalous portrayal,” according to TMZ.
During the videotaped deposition, Wayne is totally uncooperative, refusing to answer questions, claiming he doesn’t remember anything, and at one point appearing to threaten Jones’ attorney, Pete Ross.
Wayne is most upset that Jones used his music in the documentary without his permission. Since the documentary is about the making of “Tha Carter III” and Wayne gave Jones permission to trail him while he was making said documentary, Jones put music from the multi-platinum album “Tha Carter III” in the film—songs like “Lollipop,” “Stuntin’ Like My Daddy,” “Pussy Monster,” “Let the Beat Build,” “La La,” “Mr. Carter,” “A Milli,” and “Dontgetit.”