Birdman has to be accustomed to spending time in court, at this point. The man has been sued by a good number of his former business associates, famously battling Lil Wayne for years. His legal war with Weezy culminated in the release of Tha Carter V, which delighted all of Tunechi's fans who had waited years for it to arrive. To our knowledge, there is no highly-anticipated album being held back on Tyga's end but the California-bred rapper has also chosen to call it quits in his dispute against Birdman, leaving his $10 million lawsuit in the dust.

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As reported by The Blast, Tyga has reportedly dropped his multi-million dollar lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money after claiming that they had been screwing him out of his royalties. New court documents reportedly show that T-Raw is saying goodbye to the legal battle, dismissing all claims against Cash Money and Young Money Entertainment. The case will be dropped as a result.

The lawsuit began in 2016 after Tyga said that his former bosses were withholding royalties from him for two albums. Cash Money was sued to the tune of $10 million for breaching their contractual agreement with Tyga. Tyga has had an incredible year after his successful comeback effort, which may have to do with his decision to give up this case altogether.

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