Tyga Comes to Agreement With Concert Promoters Over $1.4M Lawsuit

Days after dropping his lawsuit against Cash Money and Birdman over alleged unpaid royalties, the 'Rack City' rapper has reportedly settled another legal action stemming from missed Middle East gigs.

AceShowbiz - Rapper Tyga has settled a $1.4 million lawsuit over a string of missed concerts in the Middle East.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the rap star and concert promoters at Heavy Rotation have come to an agreement almost a year after they sued him for the return of an advance they paid out for shows in the United Arab Emirates and damages.

Tyga allegedly pulled out of the appearances at three clubs because another venue in Dubai was offering more money.

The promoters claimed his no-show cost them dear, but the rapper argued he never agreed to restrictions that prevented him from booking shows at other Middle Eastern venues and denied all allegations of wrongdoing, even accusing Heavy Rotation bosses of failing to hold up their side of the bargain.

But now both parties have agreed to dismiss the legal matter.

The news comes just days after Tyga dropped his $10 million legal tussle with Cash Money and Young Money label boss Bryan 'Birdman' Williams and his associates over alleged unpaid royalties.

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