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The Cash Money/Young Money click has been notorious for being at odds with producers of their hit records. The latest incident however, between Lil Wayne and Darius “Deezle” Harrison may have come to an amicable resolution. Deezle, who is credited with producing many records on Weezy’s landmark album Tha Carter III including “Mrs. Officer,” “Lollipop,” and more have settled out of court after initially suing the Young Money CEO for $20,000,000.

Tha Carter III, which famously sold over 1.1 million copies in its first week and has grossed over $70,000,000 to date, was littered with much of Deezle’s co-production for which he claimed to have never been paid for. Deezle took Wayne to court to sue him for $20,000,000, but the two have recently come to a confidential agreement and have settled out of court.


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