Rapper TRAE THA TRUTH has ended his legal battle with bosses of a Houston, Texas radio station he accused of banning his music after both sides reportedly agreed to drop their lawsuits.
The hip-hop star, born Frazier Thompson III, filed suit in May (10) against executives at Radio One Inc., the firm that owns KBXX's The Box, claiming they began boycotting his tracks after his performance at a recent festival, during which eight teenagers were injured.
He later appeared on the station's morning show with Nnete Inyangumia, when the radio personality accused him of sparking the violence.
Trae denied the allegations and went on to ridicule the DJ's weight on a mixtape, leading to Radio One heads to reportedly ban his songs from the air.
The rapper claimed refusal to play his tracks led to a negative impact on his rising career and caused him to lose a lucrative deal.
However, Trae has reportedly dropped his lawsuit, in which he sought general damages to his reputation, character and standing in the community, as well as mental suffering, loss of professional opportunities and performance revenue, among other claims.
According to Hip-Hop Weekly, Radio One bosses have dropped a countersuit in response to the rapper's decision.