During the winter of 2011, Beyoncé was sued by video game company Gate Five for allegedly bailing on a deal for a dance game called "Staypower: Beyoncé." She claimed the company hadn't secured funding they'd promised her, but they retorted, stating that she'd backed out of the deal "on a whim" and that she was “too erratic to do business with.”

Now, after two years, it seems they've come to an agreement. As reported by the NY Post, representatives from both parties signed papers in Manhattan Supreme Court today dismissing “all claims or counterclaims” without attorneys’ fees.

According to Peter Gallagher, an attorney for Gate Five, they "settled amicably," but the terms of the settlement weren't disclosed. 

That's all for now, folks.