The $10 million lawsuit between Mac Miller and producer Lord Finesse, over the 2010 mixtape song "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza," has been settled out of court, reports HipHopDX.
According to documents, obtained by HHDX, both sides agreed to a settlement back in early December. However, the outcome and details remain confidential.
Finesse filed a lawsuit against Miller last summer, citing copyright infringement over the young rapper's use of his 1995 single, "Hip 2 Da Game," for his 2010 mixtape cut, "Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza." The producer legend claims Miller publicly performed and distributed the song without his consent and was suing for $10 million in damages, although Mac's camp denied that it was sold for profit.
Whether or not he received close to that number is unknown.
In a statement to Complex.com, Miller said: "I'm actually legally not allowed to say anything about what happened. Other than that it's been resolved and we didn't go to [trial]."