Tyga has put another one of his legal battles to bed. After dropping a $10 million lawsuit against Birdman and Cash Money Records, the West Coast rapper has reportedly settled a dispute with a concert promoter over his failure to perform in the United Arab Emirates.

According to documents obtained by The Blast, Tyga and concert promoter Heavy Rotation reached a settlement after the latter sued him for $1.4 million last year. Terms of the settlement haven’t been revealed, but the case will be dismissed.

Heavy Rotation claimed it paid Tyga $141,000 for three shows, but he pulled out after getting offered more money by a club in Dubai. The promoter said it never received the advance back and accused him of using the money to fund his travels in the Middle East.

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Tyga denied the allegations and claimed the promoter didn’t have its affairs in order for a planned show in the United Arab Emirates. According to him, Heavy Rotation didn’t have the proper approval for the platinum-selling artist’s scheduled performance at a nightclub in Abu Dhabi.

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