Last summer, Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller found himself in a sticky situation when he was slapped with not one, but two lawsuits within weeks of one another.
Both lawsuits challenged Mac’s right to use copyrighted music on his popular mixtapes, Macadelic and K.I.D.S.
Hip-hop legend Lord Finesse slapped the “These Dayz” rapper with a whopping $10 million lawsuit for the use of his “Hip 2 Da Game” track on Mac’s “Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza.”
HipHopDX did some investigating and uncovered court documents that reveal Mac and Lord Finesse settled on the case back in December.
Unfortunately, the details of the settlement are not revealed in the documents, but both parties have agreed to the terms of the settlement.
Complex reached out to the Blue Slide Park rapper for a comment, and this is what he said:
“I’m actually legally not allowed to say anything about what happened. Other than that it’s been resolved and we didn’t go to trial. If that was really a problem, people would be getting sued left and right.”
We’re glad the disagreement got settled, and hopefully, Mac didn’t drop too much money on keeping Lord Finesse happy.
Mac Miller is currently readying his sophomore album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off, which is due out sometime this year.