Travis Scott & DJ Paul Settle 20M Three 6 Mafia Copyright Lawsuit

publish date: 2019-09-30
source: hiphopdx


Los Angeles, CA – Travis Scott has agreed to a settlement with DJ Paul, who was suing the Cactus Jack Records boss over copyright infringement. According to The Blast, the two sides have resolved their legal battle with a 'tentative settlement.'
Earlier this year, Paul sued Scott for $20 million. The Three 6 Mafia co-founder claimed the Billboard chart-topping rapper used the group's single 'Tear Da Club Up' without permission in the Astroworld track 'No Bystanders.'
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