Tyga's been enjoying his major comeback to the rap game. His 2018 single, "Taste" took over the summer and he followed it up with ever more smash records like "Dip," "Swish," "Floss In The Bank," and more. Unfortunately, he's also been dealing with some legal battles as well. He was previously sued by a concert promoter for $1.4M who claimed the rapper bailed on three concerts in the United Arab Emirates. However, it looks like the two parties have reached an agreement.

According to The Blast, Tyga and concert promoters Heavy Rotation have come to an agreement in the $1.4M lawsuit. Tyga and the promoters will be letting the court know that they've reached a deal. Lucky for Tyga, the settlement means that the case will be dismissed entirely. 

The promoters claimed that Tyga pulled out of a scheduled appearance because another club in Dubai was offering him a bigger bag. Heavy Rotation said Tyga's decision not to appear caused them monetary damages. However, Tyga continued to dispute their claims, saying that he never agreed to not be able to perform at other venues. Tyga also accused the promoters of failing to get the proper approvals for his performances.

The decision to reach an agreement outside of court comes shortly after Tyga dropped his suit against Birdman and Cash Money over royalties.