Last summer, Lil’ Wayne has had his trouble with lawsuits pertaining to unpaid royalties. His legal team is working pretty hard to answer each claim. He finally settled a $20 million lawsuit with producer Deezle, who has several records on 2008’s Tha Carter III.
TMZ reports that Deezle filed a lawsuit in March 2010, claiming that all his songs on C3—including the Grammy-awarding winning “Lollipop”—were never compensated for his work. He argued that since the album grossed well over $70 million in sales, he would accept a payment of $20 million.
Wayne and his camp initially claimed that Deezle had no grounds to sue, but they settled for an amount under confidential terms. The case has been officially dismissed.