Puff Daddy concerned over adopted son Quincy Brown being asked to sign over his music rights to star on "Empire."
Due to the music rights involving those who appear on the Fox television show, Empire, Puff Daddy has reportedly banned his adopted son, Quincy Brown from appearing on the show.
According to the New York Posts Page Six, Puff kicked up a huge stink after he discovered that if Brown was to appear on Empire, he would have had to sign over a portion of his music rights for any music that would appear on the show.
Prior to Puffs alleged Empire ban, his adopted son was guaranteed a role on the show. The Bad Boy Records founder is also said to have attempted to speak with those at 20th Century Fox TV to change their policy on music rights, but to no avail.
Lees super excited about having Quincy on the show, a source said in regards to "Empire" director Lee Daniels thoughts on the matter.
Among the notable celebrities who have appeared or will appear on Empire this season are Naomi Campbell, Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Hudson, and Snoop Dogg.