Kanye West and Surface Media have come to an agreement. His inability to pay the company’s $150,000 in rent for a Miami art studio led to a lawsuit. Court records, according to Radar Online, indicate that Surface Media has withdrawn its claim.

“The Plaintiff and the Defendant hereby stipulate that the Plaintiff’s claims in the above-styled action be dismissed with prejudice with the parties to bear their own costs and attorneys’ fees,” Surface Media stated in a filing. “The Settlement Agreement, which is not currently filed as a record with the Court, shall remain subject to the jurisdiction of the Court to be enforced.”

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Surface Media filed a lawsuit against West after going through a significant transformation after the rapper’s orders. He ceased paying them rent despite the relocation. After that, Surface Media spent months locating West in order to serve him with the complaint. In the case, Surface Media’s attorney Jonathan Smulevich claimed that his client “pulled off what was essentially an overnight transformation of its art studio into a recording studio for Ye and accompanying artists.” No request was too big or too small while doing this. They provided what you requested. And in order to deliver, my customer incurred considerable charges and expenses. My client is merely requesting the money they were promised by Ye in exchange for their labor-intensive customization and rental of this special location to Ye.

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West still has to deal with multiple lawsuits despite settling his fight with Surface Media. He is being sued by several former Donda Academy employees for unlawful firing. They listed a number of odd behaviors at the school and asserted that West fired them when they raised concerns. In his response, West referred to the allegations as “meritless.” “Plaintiffs have haphazardly tossed a meritless and barebones guilt-by-association theory into their complaint to garner press attention and the resulting settlement pressure that comes with it,” he claimed.


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