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Last fall, Jeezy went to war with the notorious biker gang, Hells Angels–in a court of law–after they deemed him to be a thief of their trademark logo for use of his 8732 apparel.

Apparently the feeling was mutual because the CTE boss settled out of court with the motorcycle click without so much of a diss song in the past six months.

Via TMZ:

The Angels sued the rapper for allegedly copying their Death Head logo and slapping a knockoff version all over Jeezy’s 8732 clothing line.

Apparently Jeezy was rattled enough from the lawsuit to almost immediately yank the items in question off the shelves.

So now we’ve learned the case has settled … our biker sources say Jeezy coughed up some cash. As for how much, we’re told “at least enough for some beers for the boys.”

Jeezy’s rep says the rapper is happy with the settlement.

As for the Hells Angels, they simply told us, “We always get what we want.”

Not only did they get a hefty settlement, they’re back on the road talking greasy. Still, no one can argue that it was an obvious jack move of their logos. Hit the flip to see the side-by-side comparison.

Photo: TMZ

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