Migos filed a lawsuit last summer against their former attorney Damien Granderson.
The collection charged him for misconduct and appealed they were “cheated out of millions of dollars” due to “glaring conflicts of interest.” The claim curtailed from the detail that Granderson embodied the group and their current label, Quality Control Music. Despite this, it seems like the group has set their dissimilarities with the lawyer after just a few months.
The group recently filed to discharge the case against Granderson. The Migos filed the voluntary dismissal without bias back in November which permitted them to file another claim, but on Wednesday they came back with another request for dismissal, which they made with prejudice. It can be expected that both parties came to an agreement behind closed doors, but whether that happened or not and the terms of a possible agreement have not been revealed yet.
The news comes after the trio began teasing fans with the release of their upcoming fourth album, Culture III. Migos recently shared a trailer that teased the upcoming project and found the rappers speaking about their current position with their music. “We’re just young men trying to grow,” Quavo said. “Right now, we’re at a point in our life we’re allowed to sit down and build and start from scratch.” Prior to that, Quavo also confirmed during a podcast appearance that the album would arrive in 2021.
“We done with the album, we just waiting on 2021, man so everything can crack up,” he said.