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 Tyga has reportedly dropped his $10 million lawsuits against both Cash Money and Lil Wayne's Young Money.

Tyga has filed suits against both labels claiming that they owed him "significant sums of money." The Blast reports that the "Dip" rapper voluntarily dropped the case. Since he filed the lawsuit, Lil Wayne has split from Cash Money after fighting for years for his freedom.

He managed to hold onto his Young Money label and Weezy, and Tyga both appeared in Nicki Minaj's "Good Form" music video repping the label.

According to the suit, Tyga was owed $1 million in unpaid royalties for his 'Careless World' and 'Hotel California' albums. Birdman has even concluded that it was, in fact, Tyga who owed the label money instead of the other way around.

Lil Wayne famously sued Cash Money back in $51 million in 2015 but the pair reached a settlement three years later and ended their rumored beef. Birdman even apologized to Wayne publicly.