Dr. Dre and Xzibit win breach of contract lawsuit over their cannabis company | Hip Hop Corner: French Rap, US News and Culture

Dr. Dre and Xzibit have finally closed their four-year breach of contract lawsuit. The breach of contract lawsuit has dragged on due to Dre apparently being busy creating over 200 songs during the pandemic.

Two rappers finally calmed down

In 2018 against Dr. Dre and Xzibit are being sued by three unnamed individuals who claim to have invested in rapper cannabis company Brass Knuckles. The plaintiffs believe that the two hip-hop legends “ghost” their “ghost” after signing the contract. The case was finally closed and the outcome was in favor of Dre and Xzibit.

Defenseman Darren M. Ritchie posted the good news on Instagram. Indeed, he posted a screenshot of the original coverage of the trial on TMZ with a large red cross over it. He accompanied his post with a rather expressive signature. “Truth will always prevail!” It took about 4 years but I defended @xzibit and Al in this case and sued their ass. The applicant took ZERO, not a penny. »

In addition, Ritchie explained that the mistrial was intended to preserve the honor of his clients. “We will never give up on BS,” he continued. “People can say what they want, but be sure to stand up and fight for what is right! Case closed, settlement notice filed publicly! »

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