The rapper launched legal action against the dance music stars in 2014 over their smash-hit Party Rock Anthem, which featured the phrase "Everyday I'm shufflin'", which Ross claimed was illegally derived from his line "Everyday I'm hustlin'" from his 2006 debut single Hustlin'.

Ross requested maximum statutory damages and an injunction against the 2011 party song for copyright infringement, but a judge has now ruled he has no copyright protection for Hustlin' due to poorly filed documents.

Ross reportedly made three separate copyright applications that were inconsistent and incomplete, so the judge has thrown his case out of court, according to TMZ.com.