The Reverend Al Sharpton is coming under fire for his partnership with Cash Money Records’ publishing branch, Cash Money Content. Sharpton recently inked a deal with Cash Money to publish his forthcoming memoir “The Rejected Stone.” In an open letter to Sharpton published on RapRehab.com, Chef Carl Redding urges his former associate to return the “blood money” he’s accepted from Cash Money. Redding denounces Sharpton’s decision to cut a deal with Cash Money because he believes artists signed to the label have the “highest disregard” for women and the African-American community. Redding also claims Sharpton has turned his back on his supporters. “The Rejected Stone” is set to hit bookshelves on October 8th.