Emmis Radio and Big Boy have reached a settlement in their legal battle revolving around the radio personality’s move from Power 106 to iHeartRadio’s Real 92.3, TMZ reports. The terms of the settlement are confidential, but each party will pay its own legal fees.

Emmis asked a judge in February to block Big Boy from leaving the station where he worked for more than 20 years because he did not allow it to match iHeartRadio’s $3.5 million offer. Big Boy officially joined iHeartRadio’s Real 92.3 in March.

(This article was first published on February 4, 2015 and is as follows.)

Emmis Communications, the media company that owns Los Angeles’ Power 106 FM, is reportedly suing radio disc jockey and personality Big Boy for breach of contract.

According to TMZ, Big Boy had accepted a $3.5M offer from iHeartMedia. His current contract with Power 106 is for $1.45M.

Emmis is claiming that it had the right to match the offer within 60 days of it being tendered, an action which they took. In spite of this matching offer, Big Boy apparently went ahead and accepted the deal from iHeartMedia.

Not only is the lawsuit looking for financial damages (TMZ claims $5M) from the on-air personality, but also for injunctions that block him from departing for iHeartMedia.

Big Boy appears to have responded to the situation on his Instagram account, stating the following:

“God knows I LOVE YOU ALL!!!!

Real talk. I MEAN IT! When I can speak, I will speak to YOU. I’m crushed and I do care for you guys.Y’all have shown me so much love and I respect throughout the years. We have grown together. Many of you were there when my Mom died, when my babies were born, my marriage, my FAT days, my health scare, just everything. We have laughed and cried together. MyLOVE for you isn’t just words or ratings. This is bigger than a radio logo. You’re my Family. I NEED y’all to survive and be happy. I’m hurt.

I’ll be able to tell the real….soon.

God bless you all.

#FamilyFirst #Respect#ToLoveMeYouDontHaveToHateThem”

Big Boy’s Instagram post is as follows: