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Sunshine state rapper Flo Rida is reportedly being sued by former assistant Mahogany Miller, because she allegedly worked longer than a 40-hour work week and was compensated substantially less than minimum wage, according to TMZ.

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Miller was reportedly hired in August of last year by Flo Rida, whose real name is Tramar Dillard.  Miller claims that when she confronted Flo Rida, who was arrested last year for drunk driving and a suspended license, about the 65-hour work week she worked and the $3.08 cents she was being paid, the rapper fired her on the spot.

Now Miller is looking for compensation for the “slave labor” that she experienced and is suing for unspecified damages.

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