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It appears Tyga is dropping his lawsuit against Birdman’s Cash Money, and Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment.
Last year, Tyga filed a lawsuit claiming that he was owed at least $1 million in unpaid royalties for his Careless World and Hotel California albums.
According to The Blast, Tyga has officially dropped the $10 million lawsuit, and voluntarily opting for the entire case to be closed.
Tyga claimed there was a breach of the contract and was seeking $10 million in damages. There were reports that Birdman and Tyga were negotiating a settlement, but no agreement was made.
Birdman then flipped the script and claimed Tyga actually owned Cash Money instead of the other way around.
Cash Money quickly denied the allegations filed against them, especially since their recent history with Weezy.
In 2015, Lil Wayne sued Cash Money for a huge pay day of $51 million, claiming they continued to violate his contract, and delayed his long release of Tha Carter V album. Lil Wayne and Birdamn reached a settlement in 2018, that rewarded Weezy with eight figures.