Quan had to hand some money to that bouncer he allegedly punched in Miami.
Rich Homie Quan has settled his lawsuit with the Club LIV bouncer who claims the rapper struck him in the face outside the venue in March 2015. According to TMZ, the rapper paid $60,000 to the bouncer on Tuesday. Though he agreed to the settlement, Quan still denies the assault occurred.
"That's one expensive punch and hopefully it'll send a message -- to not just celebrities, but regular people -- you can't go around punching people," says the bouncer's legal team.
Initial reports of the incident suggested that after Quan punched the man, he made a speed boat getaway. This was later debunked, as it was clarified that Quan simply attended a party on a boat later that night -- a far less dramatic story.
In April 2015, Quan made a statement of his innocence following the accusations.